Batty for You Halloween Card

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Granny Apple Green and Purple How wonderful a combination is that!  The hat can be punched out of the designer series paper OR you can stamp and color the hat.  Options…. gotta love it.

Cut a piece of Granny Apple Green cardstock in half so each piece measures 8.5 X 5.5. Fold each piece in half at 4.25. This makes a card 4.25 X 5.5

Cut a piece of whisper white cardstock to measure 4 X 5.25. Glue the white onto the front of the Granny Apple Green card base.

Cut a piece of black card stock to 3.75 X 5. Glue this to the white.

Cut a piece of the ribbon approximately 6″ long and glue that around the black cardstock.

Cut a piece of the Toil & Trouble (green & white dotted paper) to measure 3.5 X 2.5. Glue this to the black cardstock.

Use the largest scallop in the scallop framelits to cut a scallop of granny apple green and glue that to the black cardstock.

Use the 3rd from the largest stitched circle framelit to cut a white stitched circle. Glue the circle to the green scallop

You can either use a framelit to cut a hat our of the toil & trouble paper OR you can stamp and color a hat and use a framelit to cut it out.

Use dimensionals to pop the hat off the white circle.

Use black momento ink to stamp the bats on whisper white. Use the spooky bat punch to punch put the bats.

Color the bats with a wink of stella to give them some shine.

Use mini dimensionals to pop the bats off the cards.

Use Versamark and white embossing powder to stamp the sentiment on the black front cardstock.  Heat the embossing powder.

Take a piece of whisper white and use the twinkle builder punch to punch the moon and stars out of the top right corner.

Stamp the Happy Halloween sentiment on the cardstock.

Punch 2 bats out of black cardstock and glue 2 on the insert.


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