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The Haunting Hours - Halloween Card


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Design by: BRouse (5 Projects)
Project skill level: easy
Project time: 30 minutes to 1 hour
Project tags: Halloween Holiday Cards Seasonal Cards Cards

Ghosts abound in the haunting hours of this halloween scene.

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • card blank
  • card stock
  • ink
  • sharpie/color pencil
  • adhesive

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

From the CAC2 cartridge cut the ghost and layers at 1 1/4" and 1 1/2" - flip one of the cuts.

From the CAC 2 cartridge cut the haunted house and layer at 6".
From Happy Hauntings cut the bat and layer at 3/4".

From Happy Hauntings cut the basic shift of the tree at 3 3/4". Hide the contours of the face. Cut layer 1 for the grass.
Using a reddish brown colored ink, ink around and into the moon section of the layer cut for the haunted house. Using corresponding colors, lightly ink around the black of the house and edges of the tree being careful in the branches.

Using colored pencils or sharpie draw in the cheeks for the ghosts and contour lines on the pirate hats and eaves of the house.
Adhere layers together for the individual cuts. Lay the scene out onto a card blank (I used a 6 1/2" x 5").

Step 1

From the CAC2 cartridge cut the ghost and layers at 1 1/4" and 1 1/2" - flip one of the cuts.

From the CAC 2 cartridge cut the haunted house and layer at 6".

Step 2

From Happy Hauntings cut the bat and layer at 3/4".

From Happy Hauntings cut the basic shift of the tree at 3 3/4". Hide the contours of the face. Cut layer 1 for the grass.

Step 3

Using a reddish brown colored ink, ink around and into the moon section of the layer cut for the haunted house. Using corresponding colors, lightly ink around the black of the house and edges of the tree being careful in the branches.

Using colored pencils or sharpie draw in the cheeks for the ghosts and contour lines on the pirate hats and eaves of the house.

Step 4

Adhere layers together for the individual cuts. Lay the scene out onto a card blank (I used a 6 1/2" x 5").

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