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Bat Halloween Card

Hello Clear Scraps friends!

Maya here with you on the blog to share a fun Halloween card. I love the combo colors of Halloween with orange and purple! What is your favorite Halloween color?


▼ So on today's card I'm featuring the bats chipboard embellishment and the 6" widow web that I used. I chose the cardstock with size 5" x 6.5" and covered it with a 4.75" x 6.25" black paper. 


▼ Next, I trimmed a 4.5" x 6" white paper and started working with embossing and inking techniques. Adding embossed web to the background, I first pressed the watermark ink pad through the web stencil, removed the stencil, sprinkled clear embossing powder, and heated it with a heat gun.


▼ Time to add my favorite Halloween colors! As you can see here, I used three colors of distress oxide inks along with blending tools to blend orange, purple, and blue to the background.


▼ After the background is finished, I moved on to give the bats chipboard a coat of black embossing powder. Starting by tapping the bats chipboard to VersaMark ink pad, here shows what it looks like after sprinkling the black embossing powder. And again, the last step was to heat with a heat gun. 


▼ After embossing the bats, I adhered them to the card using tacky glue. I also added extra touches by drawing bow ties and writing down BOO using Pops of Color gloss white from Exclusives.


Thanks for taking the time to stop by! I had a great time creating this fun card. See you next time!

Additional Products Used:
- Ink: Distress Oxide Ink (ripe persimmon, wilted violet, blueprint sketch); VersaMark Watermark Stamp Pad
- Embossing Powder: Stampendous (clear & black)
- Adhesive: Aleene's Tacky Glue; Double Sided Adhesive
- Tool: Blending Tool


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