TAWS-BIC Challenge #58




Aloha Guys!
Today I’m sharing a card I made for The Alley Way Stamps Be Inspired Challenge #58. The theme I chose for this card is to replicate a mirror but a shaker mirror. I cut out 5 pieces of rectangles 4 of them being like a frame using Lawn Fawn’s stitched rectangle die. I cut 3 in black and 1 in patterned paper for the frames and 1 in shinny card stock and I didn’t but the centers like I did for the other 4. I used the Stamp set called Ghouly Friend and stamped the mummy, candy corns, pumpkins and the spider web. I used my Scan N Cut to cut the spider web because I wanted it to cut not only the outside but the insides as well. It didn’t completely cut all the centers but it was ok. I just colored the portions that didn’t cut using the American Crafts glittered gray markers. I also cut out a acetate for my shaker card. I got a piece of black cardstock measuring 4″x5 1/4″ and used the Tim Holtz stencil and put embossing paste and let it dry completely and attached it to my A2 size white card base. I attached all 4 of the frames together putting the acetate in between. I colored the mummy with my Shinhan touch marchers using W1, W3 and the colorless blender and put some Googly eyes on the mummy. For my little pumpkins I colored it and put ultra thick embossing powder to give a shinny look to it. I placed the candy corns, pumpkins and sequins inside of my shaker part to create my mirror look. On the spider web, I put some cotton balls stretched out to make it look more like a spider web. I attached the mummy and my sentiment, Boo and this finished my card. I have a full tutorial for this card on my YouTube channel if you’d like to check that out! Thank you so much for visiting and please subscribe for more inspirations and ideas. Thanks again!

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5 thoughts on “TAWS-BIC Challenge #58

  1. wow this is so cool! I LOVE all of the layers and the pieces in the shaker that you colored and cut out! Plus the googly eyes! Thanks for joining us at BIC!

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