Happy Halloween!

Well, almost!

I have a card for you today! and something slightly different – a 6 x 6″ square card!

Stampin' Up! UK Halloween Card thick bakers twine pom pom

Ok, So, this card is made from half a sheet of 12×12 Whisper White cardstock, folded to make a 6 x 6 card base.

The DSP (Motley Monsters!) is cut to 5 3/4 x 5 3/4″, with that lovely Burmuda Bay star print piece cut to 5 3/4 x 2″. I have then stamped the Bats from Tee-Hee-Hee and the sentiment from Good Greetings in Staz-on Ink – to get that true Black!

Then we get to the “pom pom”. Now, I followed a YouTube tutorial to make a Bakers Twine pom pom for this – but really, its nothing like a pom pom! I dont know if I just didnt have enough twine, or if I’ve make some sort of mistake along the way, but this is what I have! I actually quite like it! It means though, that this is definitely a ‘hand deliver’ sort of card!

To create the ‘Pom Pom’:

I took a length of Thick Bakers Twine (this one is White and Tangerine Tango!) and wrapped it around 3 of my fingers. Tied the middle together with white bakers twine, and snipped all the ends. I’ve attached it to the card with some more Thick Bakers Twine, and covered the tied middle with a fussy cut Bat!

Hope you like the card for today – check out the blog of Friday for a super cool Fancy Fold Friday Halloween Card!

 

 

Hannah Wilks

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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