Oct 7, 2017

Ghostly Greetings

Hello and welcome back DRU friends.
Lena here today to share a fun interactive Halloween card with you.

 It is a Pop it Up Hanging Charm Pull Tab card. Whew, what a long name but so very appropriate and descriptive :-)  It's designed by Karen Burniston and you can find it here on the Elizabeth Crafts section of the DiesRUs store.  

The original die comes with 4 charms but since I wanted to turn this into a Halloween card, I used the Halloween Charms die set. Cut and assembled my little ghost and used him as the hanging charm.
Here is a pic showing you how to put this little ghost together.

To make it a little more spook-tacular, I cut Halloween Landscape Layer die from Impression Obsession and adhered it to the bottom of my card.

This is how the card looks when ready to mail.  The little ghost flattens completely, and the tab is all the way tucked in.  

 I always like to add a little something to the inside of my cards that bring it all together, so I used the same papers as on the outside and stamped a greeting using a variety of stamps.

I don't have a pictorial of how to put this card together, but I have something even better :-)
I have the link to a video tutorial by Karen Burniston herself.

Here is a recap of the dies I used

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I hope I was able to inspire you to use your dies to start working on your Halloween card stash. Don't forget to play along at the Dies R Us Challenge Blog for your chance to win a gift voucher to the Dies R Us Store.  A new challenge begins on the first and fifteenth of every month.  Be sure to Follow Us on Facebook too. 

Till next time,


  1. Eeeep! This is so adorable!!!! Love the papers and that super fun little pop-up charm. So spooky sweet!

  2. WOW! What a fun and clever creation ... FABULOUS! Awesome inspiration Lena ... thanks!

  3. Wow love your Halloween card , so creative !

  4. love, love this card! you did a great job!



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