• Jenni

Terrifyingly Good Birthday


I had the perfect birthday card in mind for my horror loving cousin, but it involved some characters that aren't readily available as stamps; so off to Etsy I went and came across these digi stamps. They were perfect! I don't know how the artist managed to make these horror icons so adorable, but my gosh are they cute! 😍

This card involved a lot of copic coloring in a variety of combinations, mostly all found using Sandy Allnock's hex chart.

The background was made using black soot, mermaid lagoon, and cracked pistachio distress oxides. I blended the colors onto some olive green cardstock using my Amazon blending brushes.

I cut out the Lawn Fawn peekaboo backdrop from a piece of 110 lb. black cardstock and glued it to the blended background.

Before I glued down all the little guys, I placed them where I planned on putting them so that I could position my sentiment.

For the sentiment, I used the "Happy Birthday" stamp from The Sassy Club's Ghosty Friends. I took some Versamark ink and stamped it down, adding some Recollection's white detail embossing powder over that.

After I melted the embossing powder with my heat tool, I glued down all of the images.

I used MS Word to print "Wishing you a TERRIFYINGLY good day." onto a piece of white cardstock.

Once the inside was printed, I trimmed down the card stock to an A2 sized card base and attached the main panel to the front.

I'll be sure to link the Etsy shop below where I found these digi images.

Thanks for stopping by!

-Jenni :)

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