Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Monster Ghost in the Woods--#tgifc234

The inspiration for this week's TGIF Challenge is Halloween.  I don't quite know what it is, but the Boo to You stamp set just brings out my silly side--maybe it's the coordinating googly eyes.  Anyway, I hope you leave my blog today with a smile on your face.  I've created a monster ghost in the woods for you:


To make the card, I started with a piece of Whisper White card stock and stamped the monster from Boo to You stamp set in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink.  Then I started sponging with Rich Razzleberry ink, then Blackberry Bliss and finally with Night of Navy.  The monster was then painted with Frost White Shimmer Paint to create the ghost.  The woods were created with embossing paste and the tree pattern from the Basic Pattern Decorative Masks in the Holiday Catalog.  The embossing paste was tinted with Night of Navy ink for that eerie woods effect.

The greeting was stamped in VersaMark ink on Rich Razzleberry card stock and heat embossed in with White Stampin' Emboss Powder.  It was die cut with the smallest Layering Circle die and then sponged with Blackberry Bliss ink.  The piece was layered on Rich Razzleberry card stock and then on a Night of Navy card base.  Oh, and don't forget the googly eyes!

See some fun Halloween cards over at the TGIF Challenges Blog here.

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Happy Halloween!
--Sara Nell



1 comment:

  1. Sara, this is the cutest card I've seen in ages! I love all the sponging and layering and amazing ideas you came up with. Coloring the ghost with white and embossing the trees with Night of Navy ... brilliant!!! 😍😍😍

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