Remember this Halloween flip card I made a couple of days ago using the Label Card Thinlits Die? If you missed it, here is the post with the details of the card. The stamps came from the August Best of 25 Years stamp set, Best of Halloween. Today I am featuring that stamp set. Here is a photo of the stamps included in the set:
Here is another card I made with the set.
I wanted to create the illusion that you were looking out a window at that owl in the tree so I used a Window Frame Framelit to cut out the front of the card. I had first embossed the card front with the Woodgrain embossing folder and then remembered that he embossing would get flattened a bit when I used the framelit. Oh well…the end result is still pretty good. I stamped the image on Whisper White card stock with Versamark ink and embossed it with black embossing powder. Then I punched out a circle and used the negative piece to sponge the moon with Crushed Curry and Crisp Cantaloupe ink. I used the circle to mask the moon and sponged Smokey Slate and Basic Black ink around the image. I trimmed the Whisper White piece down to a square that fit behind the window and mounted it behind the window with Stampin’ Dimensionals. I glued a piece of the striped Witch’s Brew Designer Series Paper trimmed to 5 1/2″ x about 2 1/2″ on the inside of the card front to cover the Whisper White square. I also added a narrow strip of the designer series paper on the front of the card. I used Wild Wasabi, Tangerine Tango, and Basic Black markers to color the image on the bottom. I absolutely love the way this card came together! Visit my FaceBook page to see another card made with this stamp set and come back here tomorrow for still another idea.
Stamps – Best of Halloween (134381)
Inks – Versamark, Crisp Cantaloupe, Crushed Curry, Smokey Slate, Basic Black
Other – Woodgrain Textured Impressions Embossing Folder (127821), Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine (113439), Window Frames Collection Framelits (129021), Black Stampin’ Emboss Powder (109133), Heat Tool (129053)
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