For my card I used watercolor paper and i drew a scary face on it. Cut out the holes for the eyes, nose and mouth and covered those with purple tissuepaper., I just used a gluestick to adhere it to the watercolorpaper.
The whole card is made of watercolorpaper I scored at the top to make the fold.
I then used my gluegun to outline the facial features and "draw" a kind of bark on the whole cardfront.
Similar to what I did with this card, I could have black heat embossed it, but I don't have any black e.p. So instead I used black acryllic paint. let it dry and flatten back again underneath some weights.
I thought the watercolor paper would help, but I guess it wasn't heavy enough.
to take the picture I've put a battery operated candlelight inside..spooky!
I got the idea from this video and thought if I make those I'd use toiletroll paper, but instead I made this card, I intend to make more and use them as place cards for my Halloween dinner.
I made these votives around st Patrick's day as shown by Shari Caroll. and that's how I came to make spooky ones, these are rolled up sponged cardstock and a linnen textured one, but the toiletrolls seem like a good idea/progression.
if you have spooky face dies or maybe skull and crossbones you wouldn't need to draw a face yourself if you're not confident enough or want to make them all the same.
Sorry no ribbon, not spooky enough hahaha
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