Day 4 – Patchwork Halloween Card

‘Tis the season when I go around quoting Nightmare Before Christmas.
What’s wrong? I thought you *liked* frog’s breath. – Sally

Welcome to Day 4 of our partnership with Rinea! I was inspired by Sally’s patchwork dress and also the need to use up the scraps from the Halloween banner I created.

I trimmed the black card stock to create the card base and I simply started gluing down scraps from Pink & Main’s Not Too Spooky paper pad. I took the scraps from Rinea’s Haunted Variety Pack and the die to cut the word “happy” with its background on black card stock.

I then stamped the word Halloween using Pink & Main Curvy Girl Lower Alpha Pegz Stamps with Rinea’s Ghost Ink on yet another scrap of foiled paper.

I couldn’t find foam dots, so I used my Westcott’s mini hot glue gun to make my own. I added the dots, allowed to cool and then add just a bit more glue to each dot and adhered the die cut to the front of the card.

I trimmed the “Halloween” at an angle on both ends and glued it down with a glue pen. I then added twine along with a very thin purple jute to the top of the card.

I finished off the card with round and star enamel dots.

I hope you enjoyed my Sally Halloween card and thank you for visiting today. Please visit again tomorrow for the 5th and last day of our partnership with Rinea. At the end of the week a random winner will be chosen to receive a $25 gift certificate to the Pink & Main store. Make sure you comment on the featured blog post each day to be entered to win!

 

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11 comments

  1. Shauna Miller says:

    I love the bright pop of orange of the title, against all the other bright and cheery colors, patterns and patchwork of the card. What I really appreciate, is the wonderful tip for using a hot glue gun to create the extra dimension on the card! Thank you for a FUNtastic card and give away too.

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