Miss Ink Stamps – Ghostly Greetings

Happy Thursday everyone! I have another adorable card featuring the super fun ghosts from Miss Ink Stamps – Boo Sheet! I love this set so much! These ghosts are fun to create with in a million different ways. Today I used them to create a patterned paper background on my card. So easy and really fun!

I just used the different ghost images all over an A2 panel, stamping in light gray ink, masking the ones with hands and giving each one something different to hold just for fun. Then I stamped and heat embossed the large BOO from Halloween Sentiments in orange. It practically glows, it’s so bright!

Next, I used the frame die in Trinity Stamps’ 4-Bar Card die set to cut out of the center of the panel. Then I cut that same frame 4 more times from white, black, green and orange cardstocks. Now, we layer everything together on a white card base.

I started with the outside frame, using liquid glue to adhere it down. Then I added the plain white frame and finally the center ghost panel. Then I started stacking the other frame die cuts on top of the white one. Next, I added orange, then black, green and finally the original stamped and heat embossed one. It’s a fun way to add a little color and also step up an otherwise simple card design.

To finish this card off, I stamped and heat embossed a smaller sentiment from Halloween Sentiments and cut it with a banner in the same 4-Bar Card die set, popping it up with a foam strip. Then I glued Champagne Stardust glitter in all of the openings between the ghosts. This is one of my favorite glitter packs ever! I love it!

Products used today:
Boo Sheet stamps
Halloween Sentiments stamps
Champagne Stardust glitter
Trinity Stamps 4-Bar Card dies
Pink & Main magic anti-static brush, embossing ink and orange embossing powder
Bearly Art liquid glue
Foam strips

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

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