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All That Scraps September Release Preview -- Day 3

Hi!  Today, All That Scraps is previewing cute Sweet November stamps!  These are perfect for Halloween!  

I made my card using Lil Boo and Scary Larry.  Scary Larry is too cute!  Lil Boo is transparent cause he's a ghost!  I stamped him on some vellum paper that I had just bought the same day as these cute Doodlebug papers.  I added a banner using the Mini Banners die and heat embossed the sentiment from Down on the Farm Sayings.

Here's a little close up.  Scary Larry is paper pieced.  After I stamped Lil Boo onto vellum I traced him with my Copic multiliner pen so the lines would be more defined.  

Just wanted to share something I thought was kind of neat also.  After I stamped and trace him like above, I flipped it over like below.

And I thought that looked pretty cool too!  A reverse image!  Just would need a bit of tracing to stand out more.

Please hop over to All That Scraps blog to also see what some of the other DT members have created.  I am sure you won't be disappointed. 

Hope you've been enjoying the previews!  Thanks for reading!



Comments

Mimi said…
oh he's sooo cute!! cool idea to stamp him on vellum!! awesome card! ;D
Leanne said…
OMW Eva!! This is cute!! Using the vellum is perfect ghost material and those banners are fabulous!! Super cute start to Halloween fun!
;)
Mary J said…
SNAP! We used the same papers and images Eva! I love your version - such a clever idea!
franzesjoi said…
hi eva! i love this card!! this is sooo cute!!! thank you for sharing this great idea a vellum ghost hihihi im looking forward to your beautiful creations.. i will follow you my dear!!! (hope you will follow me too as accept my friendship..:) )

franzesjoi xxxxxxx
Rachel Parys said…
He is crazy-cute!! OMW, I NEED him! lol! What a fantastic Halloween card, it's too cute!
Laura said…
I love how you stamped him on vellum! Brilliant! Your card is fantastic!
Aww so cute Eva - great idea on using vellum, he sure is a cute ghost... love all the matching background too.
TFS!
Anonymous said…
Oh you are so creative! That see-through ghost is just so awesome and cute!!! Your head is full of fun and fancy stuff eh?
Cheryl said…
What a cute ghost! That scary larry is cute too! Neat look with the vellum
Denice said…
This is just too cute Eva...love the little see-through ghostie on vellum! I'm going to have to CASE this you know!
:Dxx
RiNNE said…
Stamping on vellum is awesome- very creative! Awesome paoers!

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