Tuesday, October 11, 2016


Hi, Janja here!

Halloween marks the last night of October. Since this spooky night is almost around the corner, I decided to do a Halloween card. During the autumn release of CottageCutz dies, I chose the werewolf die.

For the card we need:
- white card base: 4.3 x 5.5" (11 x 14 cm), folded
- white cardstock: 3.9 x 5.2" (10 x 13,2 cm)
- black cardstock
- Distress ink: Stormy Sky, Black Soot
- white color
- masking paper

From masking paper cut out mists with scissors and with the 4th die from the circle set, cut out a circle. Paste them on a white cardstock.

Coat the entire surface with a roller and Distress ink Stormy Sky. After work remove the masking paper. With a white color and a brush repair mists on places where the color went to masking paper. At the end shadow edges with Distress ink Black Soot, stamp bare trees and a flock of birds.
Cut out the werewolf from black cardstock and four spruces with the snowy tree die.

On ready background fasten cutouts.

And a bookmark with a witchy ghost.

Prepare cutouts from color cardstocks with the dies: witchy ghost, spiderweb and witch brooms & hat.

With the die fancy bookmark cut out only the upper part, the rest cut out with scissors.

Attach cutouts to the bookmark, insert a string and add wooden beads. 
Cheerful reading.

And don't forget on our challenge #7 - fall
You have time to share your projects with us till the end of the month. 

Enjoy and have fun. 


Anita Kejriwal said...

Simply super idea ... I never even thought something could be made from that wolf die .

Vladuška said...

This is really brilliant, as Anita already said. This scene is gorgeous.

Mary Marsh said...

I like how you used the wolf die Janja and the great nighttime full moon scene you created -it doesn't have to only represent Halloween as you showed with your card-creative work

creative lady said...

Wow, stunning card, I love your layout!