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This is a card that I designed for my Mom to make her Halloween cards, so if you are on her mailing list I apologize for spoiling the surprise.  On this card I stamped the Haunted House in Basic Gray, but I think I’d prefer it in Basic Black for more contrast.  I used Pumpkin Pie, Kiwi Kiss, Basic Black, Basic White and Ghostly Greetings designer series paper.  I also used the Moonlight Technique as I have on a lot of the Halloween cards I have done lately.  I wanted an spooky glow so I added Pumpkin Pie into my sponging. 

Well we are headed out for a soccer game and then a birthday and anniversary celebration.  I hope you all have a great Saturday.


Stamps: House of Haunts
Paper: Pumpkin Pie, Basic Black, Kiwi Kiss, Whisper White, Ghostly Greetings dsp
Ink: Basic Gray, Elegant Eggplant, Lovely Lilac, So Saffron, More Mustard, Summer Sun, Old Olive, Creamy Caramel
Accessories: Kiwi Kiss striped ribbon, Wide Oval, Key tag punch, vintage brads, dimensionals, sponge, AquaPainter
Techniques: Moonlighting

10 responses »

  1. Oh jenn, this is amazing, so realistic!

  2. Wow that is just perfect!! TFS

  3. ohhhh Jenn! Love your moonlight effect..that is cool!
    Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!

  4. Very cute! Love how you did the sentiment! Enjoy all your outings today!

  5. Just another technique I’m going to have to try. I think your spot on with your design. Take care. Have fun with soccer.

  6. What an awesome Halloween card!

  7. GOJUS! as Madame Tink would say. I love it. I’ve got absolutely NO Halloween stuff this year. sniff.

  8. What an AMAZING card. Love it. TFS

  9. Another great card. I have the wheel but not the set. If you don’t mind I may have to case this! TFS

  10. oh, i love this one!! that house looks so cool!! great job!!


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