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Halloween Wishes boxcard with Davina


Hello crafty friends! I thought I’d pop in here with a cute Halloween Boxcard using the latest Pretty Pink Posh release. It’s so fun and easy to create a full boxcard using the MFT stamps Outside the Box Level Up die sets. I love to stamps tons of images and put them all in and around the cute box cards. 

For this Spooky treat I cut and assembled the box from thick sturdy black cardstock, and cut some grass and hill inserts from scraps strips of patterned and glitter paper that I had on my desk. I cut the stitched background arch from some bristol smooth cardstock, then used the Layered Candy Corn Stencil from Pretty Pink Posh with Carved PumpkinKitsch Flamingo, and Antique Linen distress oxides. I distressed the edge of the cut out and splattered black ink onto the panel. Next, I added a PPP  Stitched Spider Web that I die cut from glitter cardstock. I adhered this onto the back over the side tabs, that adhered the 4 inserts evenly spaced into the box. 

I stamped and colored images from several PPP stamp sets like Ghost FriendsBirthday Friends, and Halloween Envelopes. After die cutting I added small white dot highlights and layered into my inserts. For the front I trimmed a black PPP Spooky Fence and added sparkling accents to the tops. I layered two inkblended candy corns that I made with the PPP Candy Treats die set, and several tiny images along with a sentiment strip from the Halloween Envelopes stamp set. 

I finished this off by decorating a stitched panel for the back and and adding a cute image. 

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