I am sharing a spooky sweet shaker card with you today using some of September’s release!
The Whimsy Stamps products I used:
- Fuzzy Spiders stamp set
- Slimline Scallop die
- Happy Halloween word die
- boo sparkletz
- black embossing powder
- copic markers
I begin my slimline cards by creating an 8 1/2 x 3 1/2 card base that fit perfectly into the size 9A envelopes.
I started the background by die trimming black cardstock and adhering to the card base. I then die cut the slimline scallop twice, once using Bristol smooth and another through black velvet for the frames.
Next, I inked the slimline scallop with hickory smoke, dusty concord & milled lavender oxide inks.
To make the shaker windows, I die cut foam sheets with the scalloped frame three times, trimmed acetate and placed on one side of the frame and adhered the velvet frame on top. I lined up where the frames would go with the metal slimline die and place the sparkletz in the middle of each window. I then pop dotted the whole frame onto the front!
I finished up the card by die cutting the Happy Halloween multiple times, once with grey glitter paper and 3 more with thick white cardstock. I then layered them to create a thick sentiment and glued to the card in between the windows.
Next, I stamped the spiderwebs and heat embossed in black on grey cardstock. Then I stamped the spiders & hats, colored with copic markers and fussy cut out. I added these all pop dotted to the front.
Copic colors used:
- spider hats-V09, V17, V15, V12, V000, V0000, C5, C3,C1 & C0
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