MY FAVORITE HOLIDAY JUST GOT EVEN BETTER WITH THE RELEASE OF THE NEW SLIMLINE HAUNTED HILL DIE BY WHIMSY STAMPS! No, do not adjust your screens, my all caps commentary is not a grammatical error! I'm just shouting these words electronically because I'm that excited about this fun new die! But, what makes it even better is that with the positioning of the haunted house, you can die cut the whole image and then just use the mansion portion for an A2 sized card, if you don't want to make a slimline card. It's a Halloween win-win!
*A full list of supplies is located at the end of this post.
The base of this slimline card is made from Neenah Solar White Smooth cardstock. I die cut the Haunted hill die from black cardstock. I ran the same Haunted Hill die through my Big Shot again this time in purple cardstock and I pieced the purple road into the first black mansion I die cut. I had a scrap piece of a green alcohol ink background leftover from another card and was able to reuse it for the background sky of the mansion for a spooky green glow. I die cut the ghosts from the "Boo" die set in white cardstock and put a little piece of black cardstock behind their eyes to give them dark shadow. I die cut the word "boo" out of lime green cardstock and then created a shadow behind the word from black cardstock. I adhered all the ghosts and the word "boo" to the card using 3M foam adhesive for added dimension.
Are YOU as excited about this spooky new die as I am!??? No? That's okay too! : )
It's Friday (and also the start of my vacation), so let's all be excited about that!
Thanks for visiting and have a great weekend!
*I will be taking my first official "vacation" of 2020, and, as such, will also be taking a much needed break from blogging. I will return to regular posting on Monday, September 21st. Be well friends and I'll see you when I return.
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