August 25, 2022

Eerie Eyed Halloween Card

 Hello, crafty friends! Today I am sharing a fun eerie eyed Halloween card I made.

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I started by creating an eerie eyes background using black cardstock and The Crafter's Workshop TCW1042 Hole Punch Stencil and then spread some The Crafter's Workshop Stardust Butter Pearl in White evenly over the entire stencil.

Next, I randomly spread some The Crafter's Workshop Stencil Butter in Chartreuse over the Stardust Butter to add a little bit of color.

Then, I added some dots to the background with a white and a black pen, so it looked like eyes. To finish my card, I stamped the Crackerbox Stamps Crabby Cat and the Crackerbox Stamps Fear sentiment and heat embossed them with black embossing powder. I added some black twine, fussy cut out the stamped images, and adhered them with foam squares. Then, I added some Small Amber Eyes for a few more eerie eyes.

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