Saturday, October 17, 2020

Happy Halloween!

The mice were using the jack o'lanterns as scaffolding to reach the Halloween decorations that they were painting. They were taking a break, when two paint jars fell. Fortunately, they were almost done and no one was hurt, only embarrassed.

Here's my card with Stampendous!' new Pumpkin Paint House-Mouse Designs® Rubber Stamp.

Stampendous! Products Used:
Mixed Media White Paper

Other Products Used:
Copic® Markers:
   Pumpkins E95, E97, YR02, YR65
   Pumpkins' Stalks: E41, E42, E43, E44
   Pumpkin Faces; W1, W3, Y32, Y35
   Paint Jars: YR000, T0
   Paint: G20, G21, G24
   Painted Mouse: B32, G21, G24
   Mice Skin: BV0000, BV000, E50, E51, R00, R01, R20
   Mice Noses; R21, R22
   Mouse Fur: 
       Left: E33, E35, E44
       Middle Left: E21, E23, 325, E44
       Middle Right: E44, E53, E55
       Right: T1, T3, T4, T5
   Paint Brush: V25, V28, C00, C1, E81, E84, G24
   Ground: BG90, BG91
A2 Layers Die Set by The Stamp Doctor
Happy Halloween Dies by The Top Dog Dies
Green and Orange Cardstock by Bazzill Basics®
Master Detective 8x8 Patterned Paper Pad by Graphic 45®

  1. Cut a piece of 12x12 green cardstock in half. 
  2. Score one piece at 6" and fold to form a 6" square card. Set aside.
  3. Use Tuxedo Black Memento ink to stamp the image and color with Copic markers.
  4. Use the A2 Layers Die set to cut the image panel and orange and green cardstock.
  5. Double mat the image panel as shown.
  6. Use the sentiment dies to cut green and orange cardstock.
  7. Cut a piece of plaid patterned paper to 5.75" square. Edge with a dark marker.
  8. Adhere the plaid paper to the card.
  9. Adhere the matted image panel to the card.
  10. Adhere the green sentiment die-cut 
  11. Add the orange "innards" to the letters as shown to finish the card and reserve the orange Happy Halloween for another use.
Thanks for visiting today!

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