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Happy Haunting

 Hey there, Everyone! It's Allison, and I'm super happy to be back on the Butterfly Reflections, Ink blog! Today, I am sharing this fun Halloween slimline card featuring a mix of products, all of which you can find at the online shop.

It has been awhile since I've played with my Nuvo shimmer powders, so that's where I started this project. I took a panel of watercolor paper, sprinkled some shimmer powders in different shades of blues and grays, and spritzed it with water. I added more powder and spritzed more water until I was happy with the results. 

While my watercolor panel was drying, I pulled out my Slimline Rooftops Border Die from Trinity Stamps and used it to cut both black and white paper. I left the windows intact on the white paper and adhered that die cut to the back of the black die cut. I adhered the rooftop border to the panel and then adhered the panel to a white card base measuring 8.75" x 3.75". I also cut duplicates of a couple of the rooftops and popped those up on some foam tape to create dimension. I added some whispy black clouds to the sky using the Cloud Cover Die-namics from MFT. 

Finally, I stamped a mix of images from some Mama Elephant Halloween-themed little agenda sets and colored them with Copic markers. I used the following agenda sets: Little Witch,   Little Boo,  and Little Mummy. I popped those up on foam tape. I stamped the sentiment onto one of the rooftops with Versamark ink and white heat embossed it. The sentiment comes from the Itty Bitty Boos stamp set from MFT. This set has just about every Halloween sentiment you would need!

Thanks so much for joining me on the BRI blog today. Make sure to check out all of the goodies in the online shop!

Wishing you a crafty day,

Allison Frazier



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