Here is another card uses the Spooky Nights DSP. Again the cat is simply punched from the DSP using the cat punch. How easy is this for card making? The sentiment was cut from the DSP as well. So, in full disclosure, there isn’t a bit of stamping on this entire card! I think that is what I l love so much about this DSP. There are several design choices that you can cut out with the cat punch or even the Pattern Pumpkin Thinlets. You can see all the fabulous choices as well as the new Treat Tubes you can fill with all sorts of goodies and decorate. The Black Vintage Crochet Ribbon has the effect of a spider web to it. There are all sorts of wonders for Halloween and Harvest to be found in the new holiday catalog! Click on the image below to see the entire suite of Spooky Night products.
For this card, I chose to punch out the cat and then fussy cut the hat. Some Black Baker’s Twine and Black Rhinestones completed this sassy feline’s haute look. To keep the shiny going, I added a little of the Shimmer Ribbon in Basic Black. Our fashionable feline was then layered on a piece of Basic Black card stock cut with the layering squares framelits. This really useful set of framelits includes both straight edge and scalloped edge sizes!
So, time to get your spook on and have some fun!
“Ingredients” used in this card:
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