Sunday, October 30, 2011

Happy Halloween!

Had fun creating this Halloween card!  The haunted house, Frank and moon stamps are all from the now defunct Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers and have been in my stash for years.  I stamped the house on white cardstock and colored with copics and then masked the house and stamped the moon.  (Remember you can click on an image to expand the view.)  Then the moon was masked and using my air compressor, sprayed the background with black and brown copics.  The fence punch is from Martha Stewart and raised with pop dots.  The bats were stamped last.  I used Versafine black ink on all the stamping.

I apologize for the blurriness of this photo but you get the drift.  The frank stamp was stamped on white cardstock and colored with copics and the sentiment was stamped in black ink and cut out as a tag.  I cut a slit in the roof line of the house so Frank's message can be tucked behind the house.

The inside of the card was air brushed with a black copic and the bottom was punched with the goo punch from Martha Stewart.  I cannot remember where the Happy Frank sentiment was purchased since it is an unmounted stamp.  The card measures 5 x 7.  Have a Happy and Safe Halloween!
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  1. What a fabulous stamp! I love the oldies. Beautiful work on the background!

  2. These stamps are amazing and I love what you did with them. Thanks so much for stopping by during the Handmade Holidays Blog Hop!