Hello everyone! Welcome to another day of the LDRS Creative blog hop! Today’s theme is Halloween! I have to admit, I’m not usually super into Halloween, but I enjoy making Halloween cards. Before I show you my card, here’s a bit about the Halloween part of the new LDRS Creative release:
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Each of our four days will feature a new theme featured in this fabulous release.
Day 3 is all about HALLOWEEN!
Nothing short of amazing, when you see the whimsical new stamp sets in store: Halloween High Jinks Stamps (cut out in no time with the coordinating die set), Happy Haunting Stamps (with a perfect coordinating die set here), and one of the new Petal Pusher sets, Pick of the Patch (and its die set)!
Winners will be announced on the LDRS Creative inspiration blog and Instagram page on September 17, 2019.
I used some of the new stamp sets along with the On the Move die set to create a fun interactive card. There’s something hiding in that pile of candy corn!
Surprise! It’s the little squirrel from Woodland Wonderland!
I blended my background with hybrid inks in Lantern Yellow, Grape Ape, Dark Wash Jeans, and Raven to create a moonlit sky. I splattered a bit of white acrylic paint for stars too! I die cut the pieces I needed from the On the Move set and put together the pull tab. I made the grass with the In the Grass dies and hybrid inks in Key Lime Pie, Olive Branch, and Evergreen and popped them up with foam tape to give enough room for the squirrel to move.
I stamped all my images from Woodland Wonderland and Happy Haunting and colored with Copics. I realized halfway through that I mixed up the order of colors on the candy corn, but I decided to just go with it! I cut the acorns out of the squirrels’ paws and slid in pieces of candy corn instead. I made a huge pile of candy corn for the little squirrel to hide behind – they are really stocking up for winter!
I finished by punching out a circle of white cardstock for the moon. I added a bit of Lantern Yellow ink to the edges and put my sentiment in the middle before popping it up with more foam tape.
ASHLEY (you are here!)
Thank you for stopping by to see my card! Have a wonderful day and make sure to be back tomorrow for some Christmas/Winter inspiration!