Alright! Then let's start here. Get out your CTMH Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge. You will need to use the rectangle8 font layer to cut out 6 borders out of Black CTMH cardstock. Use the fit to page option to make them 2" wide. I had no luck just setting the dial to 2", it does not work for me, so this is my work around. Score through the middle of the straight vertical lines as well as the imaginary line beginning with the points along the top edge. Pretend you are making a paper fan and fold back and forth along these score lines. Use a thin bead of glue to join the two ends. You should have something that looks like the photo below. Let it dry completely.
Next, gently push down on the points that were at the top of your border image, which then creates the perfect Halloween rosette. I carefully place a glue dot on both the top and bottom of my rosette center to keep it together.
Cut out of Sunset CTMH cardstock six Circle 2 pieces at 1.5" each. Cut out six Olive CTMH cardstock Circle 2 pieces at 1.75". I prefer to ink my pieces, but that is my personal choice. Layer these pieces together.
Cut the out the letters to spell the word "spooky". I used the shift font layer option set at 1", and I knew that they had to be immediately dressed with CTMH Sparkles in light green. I layered all of the pieces together, along with the Halloween rosette, as shown below.
Using CTMH black hemp, I looped the rosettes together, hiding the knot in the back of the rosette. Tie olive ribbon bows to dress up the hemp.
And here you have the finished project all strung together. You could even string yours horizontally if that fit your space better. So, I have added another 3D element to your Art Philosophy cartridge that I bet you didn't even know that you had on it!!! If you would like to purchase the CTMH Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge, or any of the supplies used in this project, you can shop with me by clicking here.