Halloween card

Hello. I hope you are well.

Today I am sharing a Halloween themed card using a stamp called Count Dave from Downland Crafts

I started the card by stamping the image using Memento tuxedo black ink on to Xpress it blending card. I used my copics to colour the image and decided on a purple and black theme based on my favourite colour and the occasion! Once coloured I cut him out using my Scan N Cut machine.

I decided to do a sky background using the My Favorite Things cloud stencil. I used Distress Oxide inks black soot and stormy sky to blend. I wanted to make sure the background wasn’t too dark to distract from the image which would be the focal point. I then used Mowed lawn with a bit of stormy sky to ink the ground.

I cut a piece of Lawn Fawn vellum and selected a sentiment from the My Favourite Things frightfully sweet set. I stamped the sentiment on to the vellum using Emboss clear stamp pad and sprinkled it with Papermania black embossing powder before hitting it with my heat tool.

Head over to Downland Crafts to buy the stamp and check out some other crafty goodies while you are there.

Use discount code DTEKATRINA10 to receive 10% off your order of all Downland Crafts branded products.

Take care for now.


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Published by Crafty Lemur

UK based self taught crafter with a love of card making, cross stitch, art and design. Altenew Certified Educator. Follow me on instagram @craftylemur. https://www.instagram.com/craftylemur/?hl=en Visit my YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/mummykat81 Altenew affiliate link https://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=888816&u=2559879&m=66850

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