Saturday, October 24, 2009

Halloween Hybrid Card

This is my card for a monthly swap I am in, I don't usually make Halloween cards, but am so pleased with how this one turned out. I actually used My Digital Studio to print out the Cast A Spell DSP and also the spider and hat, as I don't have the Eat, Drink and Be Scary stamp set. I then stamped the cat and Spooky Nights sentiment from the Halloween Firghts Set in Jet Black Stazon. I also sprayed the background Old Olive paper and Perfect Plum Cardstock with a shimmer spray made from our new Frost White Shimmer Paint and 70% Alcohol mixture. It looks so cool.

The center panel is popped up with dimensionals and I used the word window punch to punch through the top piece and stamped the Spooky Nights sentiment on the inside (using the Stamp A Majig for perfect placement). And the frightful fence wheel was the perfect thing for the piece of Perfect Plum, also rolled on with Black Stazon.

Ok so this post is a little disjointed, but I am still trying to get with it.
However, if you want to recreate this project here is the Supply List:

Perfect Plum CS
09/10 IB&C P.156

Whisper White CS
09/10 IB&C P.155

Basic Black CS
09/10 IB&C P.155

Pumpkin Pie CS
09/10 IB&C P.156

Old Olive CS
09/10 IB&C P.156

Stazon Jet Black Ink Pad
09/10 IB&C P.190

Gold Brads
09/10 IB&C P.179

Stampin' Around Jumbo Handle
09/10 IB&C P.189

Word Window Punch
09/10 IB&C P.186

Frightful Fence Jumbo Wheel
09/10 IB&C P.24

Halloween Frights (Stamp Set of 8 **Double Mounted)
09/10 IB&C P.24

1/16" Circle Punch
09/10 IB&C P.186

Stampin' Dimensionals
09/10 IB&C P.192

09/10 IB&C P.191

Frost White Shimmer Paint
Holiday Mini p.27

My Digital Studio
Holiday Mini p.39

Optional Addons: if you Don't have MDS, or prefer using the real deal, The Stamp Set and DSP used for this project are as follows:

Cast A Spell DSP
09/10 IB&C P. 161

Eat, Drink & Be Scary Stamp Set of 5
09/10 IB&C P. 25

Shop with Me 24/7 to purchase all supplies used in this project.
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Wow, I can really see how beautiful your shimmer paint turned out!

(mastamper @ scs)