Hello! Tricia here with you today to share a Spooky Halloween card using a softer color palette. I have seen so many cards this year with this type of color combination and just had to give it a try. I started with a pink card base, masked off some stripes using post it tape and ink blended with a darker pink ink. I trimmed the panel to 4 inches by 5 1/4 inches. I layered this onto a white card base.
I got out some scraps of light purple, pale yellow, some light oranges and pink cardstock. My cat, of course, had to be black! I used the Whittles Napping Cat and the Whittles Scary Guys to die cut several images using my scraps of cardstock. The moon and stars came from the Whittle Rainbow Unicorn kit. I embossed the stars with glow in the dark embossing powder! So cool!
My sentiment was created with the Marzipan Alphabet die and I used a sentiment from the Whittle Rainbow Unicorn kit. I die cut the Marzipan Alphabet letters from black and white cardstock and then stacked them onto each other. I used some scraps to add the eyes to the Spooky! I just love how it turned out! Just by adding the word Spooky to the sentiment it turns into a Halloween sentiment!
I hope I have inspired you to try a different color palette and look at your everyday stamps to create a Halloween card! Have a wonderful day!