by Tricia Barber

Booyah 3


Hello! I cannot help myself but when September comes, all I want to do is make Halloween and Christmas projects!  Well, today I have a ghost spinner card using the Oval Fold Frame.   I started my card by die cutting two black card panels with the Oval Fold Frame. This will allow me to sandwich the ghost on clear thread between the two panels. With one of the panels, trim off where the embossed line is for the fold on the oval panel.  I also trimmed a little more, about 1/8 of an inch so that when I sandwich the two panels the other panel with the fold will still fold nicely onto an A2 black card panel. I used some very tacky adhesive strips to suspend my clear thread between the two die cut panels.  The ghost will be adhered so that it is centered in the oval space.    

Booyah 2

To decorate the panel, I used the Picket Tall Curve Border die and die cut from orange cardstock and adhered to the front panel with liquid glue.  For the inside, I trimmed some purple cardstock and then inked with Distress Ink Wilted Violet ink and then splattered it with Distress Metallic spray.   Once dry, I adhered to the back panel.   For my sentiment, I used the Poetic Lowercase Alphabet and die cut out the word BOOYAH! and layered this onto some orange and black cardstock that was die cut with the Scalloped Stitch Frames.   I adhered this to the front of the panel with foam tape. 

Boo 1

I die cut the ghost from several layers of cardstock both white and white glitter paper from the Glitzy Glitter pad.  So that the ghost matched on both sides, I flipped my paper over so that one ghost was die cut so that the background was the front of the glitter paper.   I then used foam tape to adhere the ghosts together and sandwich the clear thread in between the foam and ghosts.   Spin the ghost several times and then close up your card.  Once it is opened, the ghost will spin and shake around!   Check out this video to see the ghost spin!  I hope you have a wonderful day!  

Tricia Floral Signature[9]




Hi Tricia, I love your Halloween card, the die-cuts are lovely as are the colours, but my favourite part is the spinning ghose, I love this.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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