Monday, September 21, 2015

[Video]Eek and Shriek "Boo" Halloween Card

Do you like easy and quick cards?

Well, this Halloween one is very speedy to make!
First I cut the card base at 5" using the  Cricut Art Philosophy BundleThere are scalloped circle cards on other Cricut cartridges, FYI. 

Next, I used the Close to My Heart Artbooking Cricut cartridge to make the cuts shown on the two images above.  I cut the plain circle twice - once in black and once in white. 

I used glitter paper for the web, the spider and the "Boo".  I also used the Cricut Craft Room to fill in the "Boo" and create a background.  You can see how to do that by watching THIS VIDEO.
I love this new CTMH Eek and Shriek stamp set (B1429) (which you can get HERE) that coordinates with the Close to My Heart Artbooking Cricut cartridgeI stamped the inside of the card with two stamps from this set using Gypsy and Black CTMH inks
I used the Cricut Art Philosophy Bundle for the card base, which you can get HERE.

And I also used the Close to My Heart Artbooking cartridge (see farther down below) which you can get HERE.

Check out the video below to see the card assembled (click HERE if you can't see the video!):





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14 comments:

  1. Good Morning Joy....Love your card.....It's fun that you reminisced with a very Spooktacular oldie but goodie....it's a great way to reinspire as we forget what images are on the awesome CTMG cartridges and the stamps we own so Again YOU so ROCK thanks for the memories....and making my day!!!

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  2. Hi Joy! Just an optional suggestion: if you don't want the fold to show on the front of the card, add either the scalloped circle or the scalloped frame (same page in the Cricut handbook) to the front of the folded card before decorating.

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  3. how did you get the shadow of the boo? There is no shadow button.

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    1. There's a link to a video where she shows you the technique on how to make the shadow although the video shows a different sample

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  4. Love it....and so glad to see you incorporating other CTMH carts!!!......

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  5. Love glitter paper too...it makes things so sparkly and bright . Love watching you work Joy...you're an inspiration to all of us...thanks for sharing.
    pat the 82 yr old senior still doing a little art work.

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