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Sunday, October 1, 2017

Halloween with So Suzy Stamps!

Hi Everyone,  

do you remember the snow globe card I made with the September release stamps? Well, you know what? It doubles as a cauldron - so versatile ;) 

My So Suzy supplies: 

Lets make this card:

I heat embossed the cauldron and skeleton in white.

Used a TCW flame stencil and chalk paint to make my green smoke. I did mask off the cauldron (Kept the mask from the snow globe card)

Used white ink to give some dimension to the cauldron and he inside of the skeleton bones. Added the sentiment and some Washi tape.

Happy Halloween!


conil said...

Long distance cardmaking is so satisying, isn't it. Tes in the part of technology I love. Love your spooky Halloween card, as well. Awesome flames coming out of that cauldron and Old Bones there is looking quite sassy, too.

Verna Angerhofer said...

Great Halloween card and I love the cauldron with those fabulous flames coming from it. Really a spooky fun card!

Marjorie DUMONTlER said...

That's such a good idea !! Thanks for sharing !

Anita in France said...

Clever, spooky and just a little scary, Cornelia ... and fun! Hugs, Anita :)