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Under the Sea Halloween....

Hello Friends Waleska here better known as craftinglovew oh so happy to be back for another Halloween Day to share some inspiration and all the fun I had creating this card that I will be showing you today.   Did you get time to create enough Halloween Cards?  I definetely need more time and money to keep up with all the Amazing Halloween products this year.  I created a fun Under the Sea Halloween party for you today with a lot of Lawn Fawn sets that go along so well is just effortless to get them to coordinate with each other... I hope you like it!




CARD DETAILS:

To create this card I used a bunch of Lawn Fawn stamp sets:

I used Oxide Inks for the background in colors:

I also used Gansai Tambi Starry colors watercolors to splatter the background and some water too.  I colored all the cute, cute, cute Lawn Fawn Images with their costumes with copic markers.  I stamped the sentiment and all the images with Onyx Black ink. and clear embossing powder.



I started this card adhering all the under the sea water that I diecut and colored with the Lawn Fawn Wave Dies I started playing around with my images to create a fun and happy scene, I used 3D Foam squares to give dimention to the images.  I had so much fun creating a Halloween Costume for each of the characters.  For the Sand I used Kraft Cardstock with splatters of Vintage Photo Oxide Ink and white Acrylic Paint mixed with water.



All the images where handcut.  I created a night scene on top for that I used a white gel pen.


I hope you  like this fun card and You have a HAPPY HALLOWEEN!! 



Comments

  1. how amazing! what a gorgeous card. thank you for sharing how you used the colours and stamps. I don't know where to begin with the size of the card though. Could you help me there please? thanks!!!

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