Full Moon Halloween With Sleigh Ride Edgelits

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The Sleigh Ride Edgelits make a wonderful winter scene, but I love finding new uses for Holiday items. But if you change up the colors and add a different stamp set, they can be very versatile. I have used the edgelits here for a spooky Halloween night scene.

 

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Techniques: Masking and sponging
Supplies:
Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes
Paper: Whisper White Card Stock, Basic Gray Card Stock, Black Card Stock, Always Artichoke Card Stock, Crushed Curry Card Stock
Ink: Crushed Curry, Pumpkin Pie, Night of Navy, Always Artichoke
Misc.: Sleigh Ride Edgelits Die, Project Life Journaling Pen, Sponge, 1” Circle Punch, Big Shot

Measurements:
Whisper White: 5 ½” x 4”
Basic Gray: 5 ½” x 8 ½”, 5 ¼” x 3”
Basic Black: 5 ¼” x 3 ½”
Always Artichoke: 5 ¼” x 2 ¼”
Crushed Curry: scraps for inside windows

Directions:

  1. Punch a 1” circle out of a scrap piece of paper. Place the circle on the white card stock in the area where you want the moon to be. Using a sponge with Night of Navy ink, start sponging in a circular motion at the edges of the white card stock working your way in. Sponge upper half of white card stock completely with Night of Navy ink, shading as you go.
  2. Remove scrap of circle and place scrap paper with circle punch over un-inked circle. Sponge in circle with Crushed Curry ink. Sponge on Pumpkin Pie ink for shading.
  3. Use House edgelit on black card stock from Sleigh Ride Edgelits. Place edgelit near top of paper on landscape side. Run through Big Shot. Repeat this with the Tree edgelit on the Basic Gray and Always Artichoke card stocks.
  4. Cut small pieces of Crushed Curry and attach on back side of houses with Fine-Tip Glue Pen to create glowing windows.
  5. Stamp Happy Halloween from Teeny Tiny Wishes set on bottom of Always Artichoke Card Stock in Always Artichoke Ink.
  6. Using photo as a guide, attach card stock in layers on top of Basic Gray card.
  7. Draw in bats free hand using Project Life Journaling Pen.

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1 Comment

  1. Jack Johnson says:

    I really like this design!

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