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Spooktacular day



Hello crafty friends! I hope you are all doing well. I'm thrilled to be back on the blog to share my project with you today. With Halloween just around the corner I thought it would be fun to make a slimline card featuring some products from Lawn Fawn's recent release. I hope you will like it. 


To start I cut a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock using Trinity Stamps slimline dies. I used distress inks to create the sky background. I lightly blended spun sugar, wilted violet and blueprint sketch then with heavier hand I used a stencil to create the clouds. I darkened the edges using black soot. To add more interest I diluted black soot with some water and splattered it on the background using a small brush. To ground my images I cut two shades of green card stock using Lawn Fawn's slimline stitched hills

Next I colored the images from the Fox Costumes stamp set using Copic markers. I can't get enough how cute these critters are in their little costumes. I also colored a few images from older stamp sets to complete my night scene. The trees are from Tree Before 'n Afters, the clouds and gravestones are from Spooky Village. I cut them out using their coordinating dies. 


I arranged the images and adhered them using a combination of liquid glue and double sided foam tape. I added a few highlights using a white gelly roll pen and Nuvo white blizzard on the bee's wing. Finally I stamped the sentiment on the top center of my card. 

Thank you so much for stopping by the blog. I hope you find some inspiration from this post. Happy crafting and stay safe everyone!!

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