I don’t make many Halloween cards but I just couldn’t resist how easy the new Spooky Night DSP makes it to do so.
There are great Halloween designs of course and then there’s the cat that can be punched out but there are also fabulous geometric patterns that make this paper a year round choice too.
We used the spooky branch pattern (bottom row, fourth one along) to make our card. You get 16 repeating squares of this 3″ x 3″ design on a sheet and there are two sheets of it in each pack so you could easily make 32 of these cute cards!
The card base is a small square (3″ x 3″) of Basic Black. A piece of the Spooky Night DSP was cut and trimmed (2-7/8″ x 2-7/8″) to mat onto the card front. Using Smokey Slate ink, the owl from the Spooky Cat set was stamped over the branch. Pumpkin Pie ink was used to add the beak and claws (all one stamp) and the sentiment across the centre. A couple of Black Rhinestone Jewels were added for eyes to finish.
If you don’t make Halloween cards then please pop back on Saturday and I’ll show you another use for this little card.
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