Friday, October 20, 2017

Trick or Treat?



Trick or Treat!  It's Day 20 of the 31 Days of Halloween and my card today features Haunted Hill Rubber Stamp from Stampendous.  Given the opportunity, I would so love to live in this house!  The spooky vibe just thrills my heart to the core.  Years ago when I was just a kid, this is the kind of house I would be scared to Trick or Treat at but I would do it anyway just to prove I'm not a chicken!  LOL!  I love Halloween and all of the fun and scariness that comes with it! And, yes, in case you think you're seeing double, my card was used for part of the banner design, which is always an honor.  



Here's what I used to create this card:

Stampendous Products:

Haunted Hill Rubber Stamp
Halloween Hats Cling Stamps and Dies Set
Olive Opaque Embossing Powder
Mixed Media White Paper
Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink Pad by Tsukineko®
VersaMar™k Ink Pad by Tsukineko®
Perfectly Clear Acrylic Stamp Handles in Small and Large


Other Products Used:

Olive Green Cardstock
Black Cardstock
E-Z Runner® Adhesive by Scrapbook Adhesives™
3D Foam Squares by Scrapbook Adhesives®
Spectrum Noir™ Markers (OR1, BG3, BG4, BG5, EB1, EB2, GB1, GB2)
Copic® Markers (Y11, Y21, Y38, YG95, YG97, RV55, E09, E53, B95, B97, V06, C1, C5)

Here's what I did to create this card:
  1. Stamp image with Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink on white paper.
  2. Color image with markers.
  3. Trim image closely.
  4. Stamp sentiment with VersaMark™ Watermark Ink on black paper.
  5. Sprinkle on Olive Opaque Embossing Powder, shake off excess powder and heat sentiment.
  6. Trim sentiment closely.
  7. Trim green cardstock in a horizontal A2 size with a tent fold.
  8. Trim a mat for image and sentiment from black cardstock.
  9. Adhere sentiment to mat and set aside.
  10. Adhere layers as shown.
  11. Adhere sentiment as shown to card front with foam squares.
Don't forget, if you've missed some days, stop by the special page on the Stampendous blog DAILY so you don't miss any inspiration and PRIZES. There are details that you'll want to read that were shared on the first day here.

Now, I'm off to scare up some more Halloween fun and I'll see you again in a few days!  In the meantime, let's get spooky!

Boo!
Lea

13 comments:

  1. I love this card. I'd frame it and leave it up all year long. Beautiful job!

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  2. Love the Haunted Hill stamp you used to create this spooky scene! The house reminds me of the Victorian my grandparents used to own in Santa Barbara many years ago.... my cousin and sister and I would go up to the highest level and tell ghost stories. We would all get so scared, we would tear down the stairs to get back to the bottom level where it was safe... I was the youngest, so would usually be bringing up the rear in our panicked dash!

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    1. Oh my gosh! That sounds like so much fun! I really love the old Victorian homes. We have a lot of them here where I live. Our home is a cottage style, which I also love, but I dream of someday owning a Victorian.

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  3. This is fabulous! I would have to frame it!

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  4. Fangtastic scene.
    Love the kids on their
    way to the "haunted"
    house.
    thanks for sharing.

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  5. Love love this, Lea! Nan, LeighSBDesigner

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  6. Wonderful image
    and love your
    spooky scene!
    Carla from Utah

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  7. What an awesome image! Love your colouring and the addition of the embossed sentiment.

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  8. Hey, I somehow already saw this adorable card. I still love it!!

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