I had so much fun with a card I made with Spooktacular Bash, I decided to give it another go! That card was for a Demonstrator Swap Challenge I do once a month. So, it had to have a bit more stamping, layering and product. You can that card see HERE! What I was trying to create with that card was a wall of portraits you might see in a haunted mansion. I am using that idea again for the Global Design Project #GDP206, which is a sketch challenge.
Using a really “ghoul” sentiment from the stamp set, I framed it using one of the “monstrously” ornate die cuts in the Ornate Frames Die set. Then I chose the design from Monster Bash DSP that looked most like a wallpaper in a haunted house. The “fiendish” portraits were fussy cut from another paper in that set. There is a narrow strip of coordinating DSP and Pumpkin pie just to set off the sentiment and the portraits. Some Monster Bash enamel shapes were added for sparkle and that was it. A simple, easy to do card. I love how it came out! Spooktacular Bash and everything in the Monster Bash suite should be on your “must have” list for a truly “creepy” Halloween. See all the fabulous sentiments in this set below.
And for more “ghoul” ideas for Halloween, check out the Monster Bash Suite and all the “spooktacular” items for creating Halloween cards, gifts and decorations! With everything in this suite, your Halloween crafting will be done in no time, leaving you more time to “eat, drink and be scary!”