Hi.. Bev back again with some fabulous and fun Halloween cards... using the Halloween Collection.
This first Halloween Tri Shutter Card follows the Instruction sheet below with
all the separate pieces using all the different fun papers in this collection.
This card above was lined up on the fun print scene to be the full card base.
All I added was some accents to finish this one.
Also used some SRM stickers.
Below is the printable Tri Shutter Card Instruction sheet to follow for you to make the above cards.
The card below was inspired by my friend Tracy for a challenge.
It was perfect for this post using the Robin's Nest Halloween products.
It is called a Shadow Box Card.
Easy Instructions for a shadow box card.
1. Cut 2 pieces the same: 5 1/2" wide x 4 1/4 high
2. Score at 1/2" and 1" on each end.
3. Decorate the inner back section which will show through the peep hole (at estimated spot)
4. Cut a peep hole to coordinate to the inside accented part on the front piece.
5. Glue the ends from edge to 1/2" mark on each end.
6. Decorate the front.
And finally I have this somewhat plain design card but it's full of cool techniques and accents.
I gesso mask the background, ripped some of the ghost paper and inked the edges, cricut cut the
web out of scraps from the other projects, grabbed and fussy
cut yet one more "BOO" from the word paper and finished
with the little friends snow angel with out wings to look like a ghost and some black dew drops.
I really had a great time sharing this month at the Robin's Nest their
Halloween product line.
Paper: Glitter Spider Webs,
Accents: Bats Chipboard
Little Friends snow angel with out wings
Other: SRM Stickers
Robin's Nest has it's Halloween paper on sale 20% off.
Be sure to do your shopping early to give you plenty of time to make your
Halloween treat bags, party favors or Halloween decorations.