Sunday, August 28, 2016

Halloween Night

The Halloween DSP this year has one pattern of the DSP that has strips of "rows of spooky houses" which are perfect to make a quick Halloween card.

So, to make this card, I cut a strip that includes two haunted houses and that became the focal point of the card.

The strip of DSP was matted with Basic Black card stock, and a strip of scalloped Paper Pumpkin card stock was added at the lower end.  This strip was scalloped using the Banner Punch.  Lightly sponging this with Basic Black ink toned the brightness down and incorporated it more with the rest of the card.  Dimensionals were used to adhere this image to the card front near the bottom of the card.

The image of the witch was from the stamp set "Spooky Fun".  I also stamped a spider web and three spiders on the DSP above the image panel.

Supplies Used:
Stamps: Spooky Fun
Inks: Black Memento
Papers: Smoky Slate, Basic Black, Halloween Night DSP (brick pattern), DSP (row of spooky houses), Pumpkin Pie
Accessories: Banner Punch, dimensionals

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