Trinity Stamps – Spooky Stenciled Scene Card

Welcome! Welcome! Come in! We mustn’t lurk in doorways dear, it’s rude! Hehe! Spooky like Ursula, I’ve got quite a scene card to share with you today! I had so much fun playing with stencils and layering inks to create this card! I hope you enjoy it too!

I really wanted to play with the new Trinity Stamps dies that coordinate with last year’s Pumpkinhead layering stencil. So I started with that. I die cut the pumpkins from orange cardstock and the stems from green. Then used the stencil to add depth and dimension to them. I die cut a spooky face from one and backed it with black to make it scary instead of lit up.

Then for my background panel I inked up the October Night Sky stencil. I started with the trees on each side and then filled in the dark spooky air. For these I used dye inks and my blending buddy brushes. Then for the fog I came in with speckled egg distress oxide ink so that it sits on top of the other images a little, really giving that eerie feeling. Last, I inked up the bats with VersaFine onyx black ink because it gives a dark crisp layer and also stamped my sentiment in the same ink. This came from the Pick of the Patch stamp set.

I die cut my scene with the Modern Embossed Rectangle Stack die and adhered it to a white card base. Then I added foam squares to my pumpkins and popped them up at the bottom of my scene, which finishes off my card.

Typically I come in with shiny and sparkly things but I refrained on this card because I just love the Halloween spooky vibe it has!

Products used on today’s card:
Pumpkinhead stencils and dies
Modern Embossed Edge Rectangle dies
October Night Sky stencils
Blending buddy brushes
foam squares

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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