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Boo Crew Celebrating Halloween 2020

 Hello Friends Waleska here craftinglovew to celebrate my favorite part of the year... Halloween with a super cute Slimline card!!! I am super excited to finish my Halloween Card Series 2020 with a Slimline Card full of My Favorite Things products and share with you how I created it.


CARD DETAILS:

I started by cutting two Slimline card bases and blending the first panel with Wilted Violet Oxide Ink, only on the top of the panel, I then cut three grass sections from the second panel I used Hickory Smoke Oxide Ink for the grass, I wanted to give a very spooky feel to this scene. I splashed some water to the violet section to create some night stars and also added some silver watercolor.  I adhere the grass sections to the card base and started adding the details of the scene.  I cut three trees from black cardstock and a hauted house from the MFT Haunted House Die-namics, I tuck the first two trees to the grass sections and then I adhere the Haunted House on the top and I put the last tree on the back of the house.  I used Squeezed Lemonade and Hickory Smoke Oxide inks to create the glow inside the house, I also cut a Spooky fence and adhere it to the bottom on my card.  I used copic markers to color the cute MFT Boo Crew kids.



I added a white moon and some little bats from the Trinity Stamps Spook Squad Sequin Mix I added the sentiment from the same set and adhere everything to an orange panel and then to a white card base.





I loove how this one turned out! Whether you are celebrating Halloween or not this year... Have an amazing day!!!! Remember to stay crafty, stay safe and today stay spooky!


Waleska Galindo





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