Fall is one of my favorite time of year, I adore fall holidays and everything related to them. I’m getting butterflies in my stomach when the time comes to see new fall themed products.
Then I colored the leaves using brush markers and fussy cut them with my scissors. Next I foiled the sentiment using the same foil and the Stylish Script Thankful Glimmer Hot Foil Plate onto a dark gray cardstock panel.
After that I adhered the leaves in the top and bottom parts of the panel, and adhered it onto a yellow card base. I made the card base a bit longer than an A2 card, but a bit slimmer.
White cardstock, gray cardstock, yellow cardstock, liquid glue
My next card is a Halloween one and it has a story. I’m very particular (sometimes to OCD level) when it comes to sticking to seasons. It affects all areas of my life – food, decor, activities. I love being seasonal. And it also applies to TV movies and shows I watch. October is a Halloween month and scary movies should be watched exclusively. Although the older I get – the harder to watch like very scary movies (heart attack fear lol). So usually I do Supernatural the whole month 🙂 And my Halloween card today is inspired by Dean Winchester Impala (for those who didn’t watch Supernatural – it’s a black 1967 Chevrolet Impala belonging to a main character).
To make the car first I hot foiled a spider web onto a black cardstock using the Spider Web Background Glimmer Hot Foil Plate and Prism Glimmer Hot Foil. Next I die-cut the car body out of this cardstock using a die from the Shapeabilities Sunday Drive Etched Dies. Using the same die set I die-cut other car elements out of a black and silver cardstock.
Next I made the passengers by die-cutting three skeletons using the Die D-Lites Halloween Sunday Drive Etched Dies out of a white cardstock and their accessories out of a black and silver cardstock.
After that I assembled the card with the skeletons riding it by gluing all elements together.
Next I made the background by blending gray and black oxide inks onto a white panel and sprinkling it with water.
Followed by adhering it onto a white card base.
Lastly I popped up the card onto the card which finished it off.
White cardstock, black cardstock, liquid cardstock, liquid glue, silver spray, Distress Oxide Inks.
I hope you like the projects I shared today and give some ideas a try. Have a wonderful day!