I was pretty sure this was a fall card. Til I added stars. You can weigh in and decide which season it’s for! I did try to make a funky scary shadow – just to see if that made it more of a spooky card?
Watch the video below or click HERE to see it on YouTube.
Ok enough of the crazy shadow – lol – here are closeups of the top and bottom sections. The hardest part about sharing slimline cards is the long skinny size – so hard to photograph!
A totally other idea…..
I posted this last week on Instagram as a reel (30 sec video) HERE…..
21 Stamped Watercolor Inspiration tutorials!
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Awesome card Sandy, I think it’s a spooky fall card.
Love how you made this, you let it look so simple.
Thank you do much for sharing, stay safe and
have a wonderful day.
This is so cool Sandy … and I love the pumpkins too!
Fun ideas – nice to know that old Canson XL paper is good for something… And thank you for the first laugh of the week – I was making a Halloween card the other day, added some stars in the sky with my white pen – and mine looked like snow too!!! Well, we’ve had snow here for Halloween more than once, so I guess that’s just how we roll!
Oh good it’s not just me!!