Spooky Hello…

Hello hello hello everyone… Here’s a little spooky hello card for you. It might be a little early for Halloween card, but since today is Friday the 13th, why not, right?

I use one of the newly released digital stamp sets from Graciellie Design called, Spooky Hello Mega Digital Stamp Set. But as you can see yourself, it is not a scary spooky theme stamp set.

I like to use Silhouette Studio software to work with digital stamp sets. I used the print-and-cut with the pumpkin. I printed it with Laser printer, and then cut it with Silhouette Cameo 3.

After that, I added a piece of the Gina K. Designs Fancy Foil – Dazzling Orange on the pumpkin, put it inside the carrier pocket, and then run it through the laminator. When it’s cold, I removed the foil and voila! Glimmer, dazzling, pumpkin!

You can leave as is, it is cute already. But, I decided to colored the pumpkin with Leisure Arts Double Ended Markers and waterbrush.

For the background, the bottom panel, I created it with some alcohol inks and DecoFoil Gold Transfer Sheet on a glossy photo paper. I trimmed it and added on the white card with E-Z Runner Grand.

The second patterned background, I created it using the candycorn image from the same digital stamp set. I duplicated it and printed it on a 8.5 x 11 white cardstock with Laser Printer in black and white. After that I colored the candycorns with Leisure Arts Double Ended Markers. I cut it with one of the Craftin Desert Divas – Fancy Frames. I added on top of the alcohol ink background with permanent adhesive glue.

I added some twine on the card for the wreath, and secure the twine with permanent adhesive glue. Then I added the pumpkin and sentiment label on the card with 3D foam tape.

I hope this card make this “Spooky Friday the 13th” be less spooky to you all… Thanks a bunch for stopping by today. Have a fabulous day!

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