Let's take another look at a card posted for the Watercooler Blog Hop (here):
But because I was using the fence from the Halloween Scenes Edgelits, I cut this separately (one loooonnng piece, moving the die and matching it up all the way along the edge). I set that piece aside to use later. I also cut out two of the trees, using Basic Black.
But I still needed a "hill" in the center, connecting the two trees. So I just laid the trees next to a piece of Basic Black and hand drew/cut my hill. These were all adhered to my card.
I also stamped my witch (Memento Tuxedo Black), pumpkins, tombstones and bats. The witch, pumpkins and tombstones were cut out with the matching dies, and I stamped the ghosts on Vellum cardstock and fussy-cut them. These are adhered behind the tombstones.
I admit that I had no idea how long this phrase would be; I carefully snipped the Whisper White strips, following the curve of the fence, and just started stamping the phrase, using Labeler Alphabet (love this! So easy to line up the letters in the words). As I got to the "spooky, scary" part, I knew I was in deep doo doo...I didn't have enough room.
What to do...what to do...
After all the time I had put into creating this, I wasn't letting a few little words stop me...
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