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Happy Halloween Card

 Happy Spooky Month! Stephanie here with a Lawn Fawn Halloween card! 


I started with an A2 sized card that I cut with Lawn Fawn's Large Stitched Rectangle dies. I created the nighttime sky by using Distress Oxides in Wilted Violet, Seedless Preserves, Dusty Concord, Chipped Sapphire and just a bit of Black Soot. I then splattered a little bit of water and Black Soot. I thought it needed a bit more so I added Lawn Fawn's new Fairy Dust Paste with their Starry Sky Stencil


To make the creepy black hills, I used Lawn Fawn's Stitched Hillside Borders and used Distress Oxide Pumice Stone to add a little fog. I used Lawn Fawn's Spooky Village stamp set and added some cracks  for extra creepiness. I love the cute little ghosts floating around!


To make my favorite part of this card, the flying little witch, I used the girl from Lawn Fawn's Bicycle Built for Two stamp set. I used the broom from the Booyah stamp set and customized it a little so it would fit the witch. I then used the Swish 'N Pop Pull Tab to give her the ability to fly over the spooky village. I added the finished card to patterned paper and a card base. 

Thanks for so much for joining me and have a wonderful day! 





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