Friday, October 27, 2017

Day 27 of 31 Days of Halloween

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Cathy again with Day 27 of the 31 Days of Halloween

Here is a cute card I made for Halloween.
First I die cut the insta photo die out of ivory cardstock. Stamped Isle of Aud Animals. I picked the giraffe out of this set but I think any of them would look cute in this. In the die set it had a witches hat and I knew the giraffe had to have it. Cut that out of black and yellow cardstock and glued it to the top of the giraffes head.   
Next I took my Copic markers in Halloween colors and dotted around the giraffe.
Then I edge the frame with brown distress ink. Stuck a word sticker on the front of it. Taped the inside down, used foam squares on the frame to give it height. 

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  1. Love the hat on the giraffe... very fun!

  2. Love the hat on the giraffe - something
    you wouldn't think to see.
    Cute card.
    thanks for sharing.

  3. This giraffe is just gorgeous! Love the addition of the hat!

  4. The photo die cut framing that fun giraffe is a great idea. I love her wonderful hat and the dotty background around the image. Thanks for the inspiration. Bonnie (LeighSBDesigns DT)

  5. This is adorable! Love the witchy hat!


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