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Spooky snow globe with Peter

Hi everyone! It's October already which means I'm fully into making Halloween cards. It's my absolute favorite theme for card making!

I had so much fun making this spooky snow globe. I used the Magic Iris Snow Globe Add-On from Lawn Fawn to make the globe. I just popped back in the circle that normally is the opening for the Magic Iris.

For the base color I ink blended some Speckled Egg Distress Oxide and blended around it with Wilted Violet. I added some metallic watercolor splatters as well as distressing it with water.

I cut the base out of glitter cardstock and decorated it with the word 'Boo!' that I cut using the Olivers Stitched ABC's. If you don't have the exclamation mark from the Olivers Stitched 123's set, you can cut up an 'I' to make one yourself.

I used my Quickie Glue Pen to add some glitter to the bottom of the letters. I used some chunkier glitter on part of the edges of the globe too.

The last thing I did to decorate the globe is adding a cobweb using the Cute Cobweb from Lawn Fawn. Of course I also added a little spider!

I added some ghosts from Booyah and pumpkins from Pick of the Patch to make a little scene.

I made a background by using the Plaid Stencils from Lawn Fawn to make a striped background with some fun Halloween colors. I used Distress Oxide for that. I made this card before I saw the new BRI moodboard, but this card fits perfectly, ghehe!
I die cut it with the Outside In Stitched Rectangle Stackables so that I have a little border visible from my kraft card base.

I hope I could inspire you to get crafty yourself and I hope you have a great rest of the week. As always, feel free to ask me any questions. You can find me on Instagram. I will be happy to help!

Peter 



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