I used a mixture of Print Candee products and traditional stamping products for my projects. I started with Digital Potpourri's Halloween Horrors 12x12 paper and the coordinating clipart set. I stamped this card with the Hero Arts envelope pattern background stamp and a sentiment from Elzybells. I printed a sheet of the spiderweb paper for the bottom portion of the card and then 3 of the clipart images which I cut and embossed with my Nesties.
Once I started to get the hang of the whole digital thing I couldn't stop at one card so I made another card and a little treat bag! The card uses the spiders and the stripy paper from Halloween Horrors, sentiment stamps from Purple Onion Designs and some Gunmetal Stickles on the spiders bodies. And how cute is that Ribbon Treat Bag huh? I used more stripy Halloween Horrors paper, one of the two pumpkin images and also a label from Assorted Labels. The sentiment and little spider are from Elzybells and I got the idea of making the ribbon into a googley eyed bat from Kirsty!
The crafty possibilities really are endless and now that I'm feeling more confident using the computer I'm looking forward to trying out some more digi projects. To celebrate my conquering of my digital fear I get to give away a gift to one of my fabulous commenters! Have you dipped your toes into the digital pool yet? Leave me a comment about your experiences and on Friday I'll draw a random winner to receive a $5 Print Candee gift certificate. In the meantime check out the Print Candee blog and store to see all the fabulous supplies and projects they have on offer!