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09/21/2017

Thu 21

Witch Collage
by Michele K. Henderson

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Hello Everybody!

Welcome to the Poppystamps Halloween Blog Hop! We are bringing the spooky all week, and throwing in a few treats too just for you! Today I am sharing a spooky CAS shaker created with the brand new Witch Collage. Take a look!

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I love this fun little die! The die itself is actually a circle, so you could make the base of your card any shape you'd like! I made mine super clean and simple in this little square shape.

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I began this card by cutting and folding my card base out of a bright green. I then added a background panel piece of of watercolor paper stamped and spritzed with a few of my favorite Distress Oxide inks.

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I used strips of very sticky foam tape to create a little well for my sequin mix. Thanks to some VERY helpful tips from a few Poppystamps fans, I sprinkled a nice coating of embossing powder all over the foam tape, shook off the excess, then heated it with my heat gun. It worked like a dream! The embossing powder created a little coating on the too sticky tape, allowing my sequins to slide and float with ease!

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I adhered my witch collage panel onto the foam tape with glue, and added a few spooky green sequins. Originally, I had planned to add a few spooky little spiders swinging by, but decided I really like the look of this matte black silhouette witch with the shiny sequins behind her. What might you create?

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Thanks so much for joining us today! Before you go, be sure to leave a comment below for your chance to win this wicked Witch Collage die from Poppystamps! Come back every day for more opportunities to win!

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Haha I like this one...reminds me of Lady Macbeth from Shakespeare!!

Spooktacular. Like the shaker style for this.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Love the color combo and silhouette witch collage die combo in a perfect shaker cuteness, so spooky!

Absolutely cool!!!

Hi Michele...I'm new to your Blog and had fun looking at your creations on this windy Cape Cod, MA morning. I love this witch and card and it will make my Halloween cards simple and quick since I send off about 20 of them...on my wish list for now. Thanks !!

Michele, this is a must NEED die! Your card is awesome! I am putting this die on my 'wish list' right now!

Wow si que esta súper linda y rápida de hacer. Gracias por compartir.

Love the color combinations on this card - so dramatic! Beautiful shaker card.

OMGoodness, this is fabulous...the colors are perfect..LOVE it!!

This is so clever! I never thought to make my own pop outs!

Wonderful die. Such a brilliant card.

Thank you for sharing the tip about the embossing powder, l love to learn new things! I also love the pop of color and how you kept things simple yet your card packs a spooky punch. well done!

I think this is an awesome card! Love how dramatic it is! Thanks for the embossing tip! Love this die!!

Very fun card ! The die is super and I love that you made it a shaker card !

What a bright & catchy Halloween card! Very effective!

Hi Michele, I love this !! the witch collage is a fabulous die set and the combination of colours through the 'shaker' are so pretty. I love this !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

oooohhh, the Witch Collage is awesome! Love the colors you used for this fun shaker card!

What a great card for mass producing, which I do for Halloween every year. Love those greens against the black. Thanks for the inspiration!

Beautiful shaker card Michelle. Love the witch collage die!

Very scary! Love the collage die, and thanks for the excellent shaker tips.

What a fun Halloween card, love this die.

Oh, how I LOVE this die!!!! What a great shaker card it makes!!!

This is one fabulous and spooky card...love that witch!

Super fun card, and I really like this die!

Such a simple but beautiful card. The shiny sequins add a nice pop of color. Thanks for sharing!

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