Frightfully Fun Card

A “Frightfully Fun” Halloween Card

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I just LOVE the Frightfully Fun stamp set! Those adorable little Halloween creatures having been popping up on a lot of my projects this month, and today’s card is no exception!

The colors for this project were inspired by my friend and mentor, Dana Swadling. The color palette included: Sunset, Barn Red, Honey, Topiary, and Smokey Plum.

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This 4.25″ x 5.5″ White Daisy card was layered with Topiary, Smokey Plum, and Sunset cardstock colors. For the Topiary (green) cardstock, I stamped my own unique background by layering all of the sentiments that come with the Frightfully Fun stamp set onto an acrylic block (laying them down in different directions for a subway-style look) and created one large image to stamp.

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All of the colored cardstock pieces were inked around the edges with their corresponding ink colors. The scooter image was from a brand new Christmas stamp set , “Make It Merry.” I stamped the scooter image in Smokey Plum ink onto a piece of White Daisy cardstock, and then again onto Honey cardstock. With the Honey stamped image, I cut around the inside of the scooter and glued it onto the “white space” inside the purple scooter.

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All of the Halloween creatures were stamped in Black ink onto scrap cardstock. Each one was colored-in, fussy cut, and adhered to the scooter image as shown. Those guys look a little crazy… I’m not sure that I would trust that owl as the driver. I guess that’s what makes it a “Frightfully Fun” ride!

I’ll see you in the craft room,

Signature Polaroid


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