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Boo! Happy Spooky Halloween!

 


Hi crafty friends!  It's Amanda Fitterer here with my first post as a Design Team member for Butterfly Reflections Ink!  I'm super excited to share this Halloween card with you!  It has a flap that you can open to reveal a little cute monster!  It's also a shaker card!




I am using LOTS of goodies from Butterfly Reflections Ink to make this interactive card!  

First, I'm going to grab a card base and use the Studio Katia Spider Web Stencil to create a fun galaxy background with 2 spider webs!  I'm blending Twisted Citron, Dusty Concord, and Black Soot Distress Inks and Oxides.  


I spritzed my background with some water and now I'm going to use some Glossy Accents to create dimension on my spider web.


While that dries, I'm going to use the Lawn Fawn Peekaboo Backdrop die.  I'm creating 2 flaps (though I only end up using 1 in the end!) and ink blending them so they match my background.


Now, I am ready to start stamping!  I'm using the Heffy Doodle You're Weird stamp set, as well as the Taylored Expressions Pennant Parade stamp set.  I'm stamping with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink because it's alcohol marker friendly and I'm going to use my Copics to color these cuties in!




I'm going to stamp my sentiment with Versamark Watermark and use white embossing powder to create a white sentiment on black cardstock.


With some purple and green ink pads, I'm stamping my pennants.  I'm going to cut them out with my scissors and then use a tiny 1/8" hole punch on each of them.  I'll use some baker's twine to string these little guys together to create a banner.



Now, I'm going to use Dress My Craft's Capital Alphabets Die and cut out "BOO" in white and in black cardstock.



Now, I'm ready to assemble the card!  I created a little shaker in the upper right rectangle using Studio Katia's Witches Cauldron Fusion Sequins.  I used 3D foam squares and strips to attach everything to the card base.  


Thank you so much for stopping by the Butterfly Reflections Ink blog and scrolling through my post!  I hope you feel inspired to create something awesome today!

Xoxo, Amanda











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