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I have 4 projects to share today!
All projects use the Catherine Pooler Squad Ghouls, the Maker Forte All Seasons Sentiments, and stencils from A Colorful Life Designs. Links for the products will all be below!
Project 1 uses the monsters that I stamped and colored in with Copics to create a little monster scene. These are from Catherine Pooler’s Squad Ghouls. I added some wiggly eyes just for fun.
The background is created with Weathered Wood distress oxide and A Colorful Life Designs Webby Frame stencil.
I added a cute little spider brad from Doodlebug Designs that I have had in my stash for quite some time!!
Project 2 is a single layer card using the Buzzard Tree stencil and mask from A Colorful Life Designs. I used Black Soot, Hickory Smoke, and Seedless Preserves distress oxide inks.
I also added a few bats from the Bat Flight stencil from ACLD as well!
White gouache splatter finished off the card!
For my final two projects, I used two of the monsters I created to create a paper clip for my October traveler’s notebook and a toothpick poke for a cupcake decoration.
To create these, I die cut an extra piece of cardstock as a back so the paper clip and toothpick are glued in between the front and back pieces. These are so simple to make and they make wonderful little treats for coworkers, family and friends.
The clips make great book marks or you can add a magnet on the back and stick it to your fridge!
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