Monday, October 10, 2022

Inky Paw's Challenge 184 - Halloween Theme


Hello Inky Paws Fans!

We have a NEW challenge coming your way.


For this challenge I used the following Newton’s Nook Design’s product.


Count Newton

A7 Frames Frames and Banners

Porch Swings Friends 

Using the Halloween Theme, I created this card.

So excited for this card!

I started this card with a card base made with the A7 Frames Scalloped Square.

The card base is die cut front white cardstock.

I die cut the card front out of yellow sunflower cardstock.

By using colored card stock, it makes ink blending a lot easier and faster.

Speaking of ink blending, I started with blending

 Distress Ink from the center of the card out to the edge of the card.

I was not going for a particular look; I just blended the ink till I like what a saw.

To create a focal spot for my card I took masking paper and cut a wonky shape from it.

I placed the wonky shape in the center and ink blended a darker edge on my card.

 Next, I added speckles of white and black with Distress Watercolor Pencil.

After I pulled up the wonky shape, I stamped the tombstones

 from Count Newton on the background with gray ink.

This will help ground the images that I am going to have on my card.

Next, I stamped and colored my images from Franken-Newton and

Count Newton.

I die cut those images out and added them to the front of the card with foam tape.

I also stamped and die cut out some bats and added to the card.

I love to mix up my stamp sets up.

For my sentiment, I chose the sentiment from Porch Swing Friends.

I thought that this is perfect and so cute for this card.


I Hope this gives you a bit of inspiration for your next project.

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the challenge picture above.

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