Eerie Halloween

by Darsie

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Supplies:

  • IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko: Memento: Tuxedo Black, LuLu Lavender, London Fog, Grape Jelly, Dandelion; irRESISTible Pico Embellisher Clear, Ink Blusher
  • Memory Box: Bramble Sunrise Cling Stamp
  • Spellbinders Paper Arts: Monarch and Font One, Uppercase
  • Miscellaneous: Lavender Rhinestones, Purple, white and black cardstock, adhesive

Instructions:

step1

1. Stamp Memory Box Bramble Sunrise with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white cardstock panel, sized 4 x 5 1/4 inches.

step2

2. Sponge LuLu Lavender ink onto panel, omitting the moon and part of the brambles, with an ink blusher.

step3

3. Sponge London Fog ink onto panel, omitting the moon and part of the brambles and leaving some of the LuLu Lavender ink showing (you are producing a gradient effect), with an ink blusher.

step4

4. Sponge Grape Jelly ink onto panel, omitting the moon and part of the brambles and leaving some of the London Fog ink showing (you are producing a gradient effect) with an InkBlusher.

step5

5. Sponge Tuxedo Black ink onto panel, omitting the moon and part of the brambles and leaving some of the Grape Jelly ink showing (you are producing a gradient effect), with an InkBlusher.

step6

6. Sponge Dandelion ink in the center of the moon.

step7

7. Outline the brambles and spiderweb with Clear irRESISTible Pico Embellisher and allow to dry.

step8

8. Cut and emboss Spellbinders Monarch border and E, E, R, I, E from Font One – Uppercase using black cardstock.

9. Add border at base of your scene to resemble a fence, add letters to the upper left corner, apply rhinestones to fence and glue panel to a card.

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