I made Halloween cards using Die Cuts instead of traditional Halloween images. They turned out so cute, to see the full tutorial click the link or watch below.
I used an Alphabet Die for these cards, I wanted the word "Boo" to be the focal point for the cards. I die cut multiples of the word "Boo" in both black and white cardstock.
I did some ink blending for this background, I wanted it to look like Candy Corn. I also used a embossing folder with spider webs for the other background and the word "Boo". I highlighted the spider web on the word with glossy accents.
This background has some stitching detail and some cute stamped eyes on the letters. This background also has some glow in the dark eyes on it. I used traditional Halloween colors for this cute card.
I was inspired by witches for this card. I did some stenciling for the background and stamped some bats on the letters and die cut a cute witch hat. I added some liquid pearls to the hat for a shiny finish. Check out the video so see how it all came together. Thank you so much for stopping by and supporting me.
Pink Fresh Studios adore alpha die set:
Lawn Fawn tiny halloween:
Lawn Fawn spooky village:
Lawn Fawn lights out:
Lawn Fawn tiny gift box holiday hats add-on:
Lawn Fawn just stitching double rectangles:
Lawn Fawn black licorice cardstock:
Lawn Fawn glow in the dark embossing powder:
Honeybee Stamps deckle edge A2 die:
SSS medium dots stencil:
SSS clear embossing ink:
Distress Oxide Ink
carved pumpkin: http://shrsl.com/1tl8s
squeezed lemonade: http://shrsl.com/1rs0q
hickory smoke: http://shrsl.com/1s2p2
wilted violet: http://shrsl.com/1oe7t
twisted citron: http://shrsl.com/1t1qc
Ranger grey tinted embossing ink:
Ranger archival jet black ink:
Ranger mermaid tail stickles:
Ranger Liquid pearls
Ranger glossy accents:
Nuvo crystal drops ebony black:
Spellbinders platinum 6 die cut machine:
Music By: Joe Petty
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