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Simon Says Stamp - TOO CUTE TO SPOOK Halloween Shaker Card



Hello Lovelies! I think my confidence in my Halloween crafting is growing the STAMPtember® release made it easy for me with a few cuties that allowed me to keep Halloween adorable!


We will use one stencil and 3 die-sets to make our card all Halloweeny! Yes, I am making that a word... If you live on the sweet side of Halloween, let's make this together.


It all really starts with our delicate Web stencil and some ink blending using our latest Pawsitively Saturated cubes, but let's tale a peek at all of the key supplies:



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This is my type of Halloween fun!



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TOO CUTE TO SPOOK CARD - Stenciling, Distressed Ink-blending, Die-cutting, Shaker Card

Card Base: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"

Stenciled Layer: 4 " x 5 1/4"




COLOR PALETTE

We just need three colors: Pawsitively Saturated - Amethyst, Iris and Intense Black



 

PICTORIAL GUIDE

STENCILING, INK-BLENDING & DISTRESSING

  • Secure the Web Stencil over a 6" x 6" square of Distress Watercolor Cardstock, smooth side up

  • Use the large blending brushes to blend Amethyst, then Iris and lastly, Intense Black ink in uneven bands through the stencil

  • Use the Distress Sprayer to spritz with large water droplets

  • Let sit for about 15 seconds and then cover with paper towel to soak up the excess water

  • Remove paper towel and trim stenciled background to 4 " x 5 1/4"



 

DIE-CUTTING



 

SHAKER CARD ASSEMBLY - PART 1

  • Trim a piece of acetate to 3 3/4" " x 5"

  • Adhere double-sided tape to the acetate

  • Adhere the stenciled "window" layer to the acetate

  • Adhere foam tape to the back side of the acetate



SHAKER CARD ASSEMBLY - PART 2

  • Adhere the "Too Cute To Spook" die-cut to the front part of the acetate using a permanent tape runner

  • Place sequins into the center of the front flap of the card base

  • Adhere the stenciled window layer over the sequins



 

EMBELLISHING

  • Attach the googly eyes to the spiders and adhere them to the card front

  • Adhere the Spooky Cat and pop up the hat with foam tape

  • Embellish with colored rhinestones


 

I don't know why this spider is so cute, I am terrified of them in real life. Those colors are just yummy though!



That glittery die-cut is definitely NOT spooky!



I think Kitty might be my favorite though!



All done and all cute I think!!!


 

Was this Halloween card cute enough for you?


Thank you for stopping by and hope that you will be back! Happy Crafting!


 

SUPPLIES:

I listed the products that I have used below. Please note that these are compensated affiliate links, used at no cost to you. I really appreciate your support. All stamps used today were part of my STAMPTEMBER 2023 maker package from Simon Says Stamp. Click on the icons below each product picture to shop with SimonSaysStamp.com.



































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