Hello and welcome to today’s card, featuring the Toil & Trouble Designer Series Paper! This is a fairly simple card that I created for Halloween and fussy cutting the pumpkins from one of the designs was very easy to do! To help blend the white edges along the pumpkins from cutting, simply sponge the edges with Cajun Craze ink.
To create this card, start with Pumpkin Pie cardstock, cut at 5 ½” x 8 ½”, and scored at 4 ¼” for the card base:
The base layer is Basic Black cardstock, cut at 4” x 5 ¼”:
The next layer of DSP is cut at 3 ¾” x 5”:
I cut four of the pumpkins from the DSP, sponged the edges in Cajun Craze ink, cut the largest Stitched Labels Framelit from Black Foil Paper, and you will need some Gold Metallic Thread. I adhered three of the pumpkins to the Black Foil cut out, and then placed some adhesive on the back to adhere some of the Gold Metallic Thread:
Adhere the DSP to the base layer, adhere that to the card base, and then used dimensionals to adhere the cut out to the card front:
The inside is a piece of 4” x 5 ¼” Whisper White cardstock, the sentiment from Spooky Sweets stamp set is stamped in Pumpkin Pie ink and the remaining pumpkin is adhered to the bottom left corner:
Pretty easy, right? This is a great card to make multiples of and using up that Designer Series Paper! I chose to use the pumpkins for the focal point of the card as kind of a “alternative” Halloween card!
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