Hi, it's Jenny posting today with a Halloween card inspired by this week's challenge. I've been having so much fun with all the new Cheery Lynn Halloween dies from the July release! To make this card I began by cutting three large squares out of white and purple card stock. I colored the smallest piece orange with distress ink. After the distress ink dried I cut a circle out of the card stock with one of the small circles from the Circle Classic Silver Stackers. I then used the Square Stitching Tool to cut the stitches into the largest and smallest square for added texture.
I then got to work on the fun elements. I cut the Home Sweet Home haunted house out of a dark gray card stock and backed it with purple for a spooky light inside. I think this would be really neat to do with neon green behind too. Then I glued the house down and then glued two Ornamental Gates side by side. I cut the bottoms of them so they wouldn't be as tall.
I sponged a little gray ink over a piece of white card stock and then glued it behind the orange layer. The two bats from the Bat Family die were popped up with dimensional foam adhesive. Last I added the cauldron from the Crafty Ann Halloween Set 2 and glued the Happy Halloween sentiment from the Happy Halloween Twiggy Wreath die set.
Thanks for visiting and I hope you can join us for this week's Halloween challenge for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to Cheery Lynn Designs.
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