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Spooky Old Tree Card


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Design by: SmallTownScrapping (5 Projects)
Project skill level: moderate
Project time: less than 30 minutes
Project tags: Halloween Modern Classic Holiday Cards Seasonal Cards Cards Clean & Simple

This little card is easy to make and can be created in under a half-hour! Send a ghastly greeting to someone special today!

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • Inkadinkado - Scary Night Stamps
  • DCWV - Witch's Brew Paper Stack
  • 3D Stickers

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

Using the gypsy (or design studio), weld one side of a square card (from the "Just Because Cards" cartridge) to the fence <fence2> from "Mini Monsters". On the other side of the card, weld the tree, <tree-s>, from "Happy Hauntings". Make sure you flip both the fence and the tree horizontally first before welding them to the card!

Hint: For the tree, make sure you hide the face! I used the light yellow pattern from DCWV's "Witch's Brew" Paper Stack for the card. It is one-sided paper.
After, you have cut the card out, fold both the fence and the tree inward. Using black cardstock, cut a 2nd spooky tree (this time, do not flip it and do not hide the face). Glue this layer on top of the welded tree.
Using black ink, stamp the starry sky and pumpkin to the card, behind the tree and fence

Hint: The stamps I used for this card were Inkadinkado's "Scary Night"
Attach a 3D sticker between the fence and tree to hold them together.

Step 1

Using the gypsy (or design studio), weld one side of a square card (from the "Just Because Cards" cartridge) to the fence <fence2> from "Mini Monsters". On the other side of the card, weld the tree, <tree-s>, from "Happy Hauntings". Make sure you flip both the fence and the tree horizontally first before welding them to the card!

Hint: For the tree, make sure you hide the face! I used the light yellow pattern from DCWV's "Witch's Brew" Paper Stack for the card. It is one-sided paper.

Step 2

After, you have cut the card out, fold both the fence and the tree inward. Using black cardstock, cut a 2nd spooky tree (this time, do not flip it and do not hide the face). Glue this layer on top of the welded tree.

Step 3

Using black ink, stamp the starry sky and pumpkin to the card, behind the tree and fence

Hint: The stamps I used for this card were Inkadinkado's "Scary Night"

Step 4

Attach a 3D sticker between the fence and tree to hold them together.

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