I really like the background. I used the straight line stamp first and then added a few tangerine tango diagonal lines to create a grungy look and feel. I dressed the card up using black rhinestone jewels.
When creating your cat image, think about a drop shadow. I played with basic gray, smoky slate and basic black. It’s fun to see all your creative options.
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Have a Happy Halloween!! Love, Brandy
Cut a 4-1/4” x 8-1/2” Whisper White Cardstock and fold in half. This is your base.
Using an Archival Black Ink to stamp the thick set of lines randomly on your card base.
Next, use a Tangerine Tango Ink to stamp the small patterned lines.
Tip: Stamp your black lines first, then add the tangerine tango lines up against the black lines.
Accent the card base with a few random black jewels.
Cut a 3” x 4” piece of Pumpkin Pie Cardstock. This is the base layer for your image.
Cut a 2-3/4” x 3-3/4” piece of basic black cardstock. Center and layer this piece on top of your Pumpkin Pie Cardstock.
Cut a 2-1/2” x 3-1/2” piece of Whisper White cardstock.
Tip: Be sure to stamp this piece… before laying it on top of your Basic Black Cardstock.
Using Tangerine Tango Ink to stamp the small lines along the bottom of your 2-1/2” x 3-1/2” piece of Whisper White Cardstock.
Next, stamp your “Happy Halloween” sentiment using Archival Black Ink.
Use the cat punch to punch out a black cat for your drop shadow.
Now, punch out a cat from the Spooky Nights Designer Series Paper.
Use multipurpose adhesive to adhere your black cat drop shadow cat. Then, add a few stamping dimensional behind your Spooky Nights Cat and place it on top of your previous punched cat. Be sure to offset it a bit so it appears to have a drop shadow.
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