Hal­loween Fun

CardMaker - - Halloween Fun - De­sign by Robin Arnold


Card­stock: Marco’s Pa­per Kaleida-Pa­per (gray); Gina K. De­signs Pure Lux­ury (grass green) Doodle­bug De­sign Boos & Brews Odds & Ends die cuts Ranger Dis­tress weath­ered wood ink pad May Arts 3/4-inch white ghosts rib­bon Faber-Castell Tex­ture Gems Ice Spell­binders® Horse­hair em­boss­ing folder (#SEL-006) Die-cut­ting ma­chine Scor-Pal scor­ing board Pa­per trim­mer or craft knife, ruler and cut­ting mat Ad­he­sive foam dots Pa­per ad­he­sive

Ap­ply Tex­ture Gems to eyes and other se­lected el­e­ments on de­sired die cuts. Set aside to dry. Cut a 7 x 10-inch piece of gray card­stock. With long side hor­i­zon­tal, score at 5 inches.

Be­gin­ning 13/4 inches from top edge of panel, score 31/2-inch-long ver­ti­cal lines at 11/8 inches, 2 inches, 31/2 inches and 71/2 inches (Photo 1).

Us­ing pa­per trim­mer or craft knife, ruler and cut­ting mat, cut a straight line from end of 11/8-inch score line to end of 71/2-inch score line (Photo 2).

Re­peat step 4 to cut op­po­site ends of score lines. Fold card along 5-inch score line. In­vert cen­ter sec­tion along 5-inch score line; ac­cor­dion-fold cen­ter sec­tion (Photo 3).

Em­boss two 11/4 x 31/2-inch pieces of green card­stock with em­boss­ing folder. Gen­tly run ink pad over em­bossed pieces. Ad­here pieces to card front as shown. Use foam dots to ad­here die cuts to card. Note: Do not add ad­he­sive to por­tions of die cuts that ex­tend be­yond edges of card. Cut a 71/4-inch length of rib­bon and ad­here ends to top of card as shown.

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