Sunday, 19 October 2014

Twit a Boo! by Lynne Moncrieff



 

Another Halloween card to share with you this week.

 

SUPPLIES

Oxford Impressions – Wicked (31), Trick or Treat (Boo), Masquerade (spider, small Jack o’lantern, Happy Halloween), Halloween Party (owl, large Jack o’lantern, Trick or Treat, child)
Distress Inks:- Spiced Marmalade and Walnut Stain
Idea-ology Tiny Attacher
Walnut Ink Crystals (substitute with Distress Stain or Re-inker in Walnut Stain)
Invisible Thread
Scrap of Stained Seam Binding

 

INSTRUCTIONS
 

The first step is the same as for the Halloween card I shared last Sunday.
 

Apply the dissolved Walnut Ink Crystals (or substitute) to the Kraft cardstock. Work with a very wet solution, apply heat with the heat gun and at the same time, continually mist with water. Repeat this stage as often as you like. 

 
 
 
 

Tear two panels from the cardstock. Stamp Jack o’lanterns, spider, 31 and Trick or Treat with Distress Inks. Mist with water and heat set.
 
 
 
 

 
Stamp child and owl onto white cardstock stained with dissolved Walnut Ink to white cardstock scrap. Stamp other elements onto stained Kraft cardstock.
 
 
 
 

 
Create a tall cardbase with white cardstock. Adhere largest panel to card front. Compose card attaching the owl with invisible thread so it dangles at the top of the card.

 

Until next week
 

Lynne

11 comments:

  1. A lovely make, love that sweet witch stamp!

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  2. At first it doesn't look scary, until you look at the pumpkins. The owl's face says it all!

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  3. Those pumpkins spooked me! Great piece of art though Lynne xxx

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  4. I just love the vintage look you bring to these Halloween projects! The walnut staining is so effective. These Oxford Impressions stamps are fabulous too! This is a lovely nostalgic piece of spookiness! :)
    xxx

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  5. Love the background Lynne and those fabulous stamps. Great work xxx

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  6. A fabulous card - great images and I love the background.
    xxx Hazel.

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  7. Spooky yet delightfully beautiful :)

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  8. Gorgeously spooky, Lynne !
    Corrie x

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  9. This is so sweet dear Lynne ,
    and your background looks gorgeous, what a fantastic "pattern" you have created, with the inking and misting water, and love the many layers - the sweetest spooky Halloween card !!
    Hug and smiles ,Dorthe

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  10. Oh it's super cute haha!!! Not frightening at all, but just absolutely adorable! :) Hugs, Coco xx

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  11. very cute and very classic! xo

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