Peek-a-boo Halloween card

Here is a little clip showing the second card I made today: a Peek-a-boo Halloween card. I’m entering this one in the latest Lawn Fawnatics challenge 59: something see through.

I used the Puffy cloud borders to die cut some white cardstock clouds and I used them as stencils for the Distress Oxide ink blending. It created a very spooky sky. On the inside of the cards I used some Liquid stardust to splatter a few stars.

For the sentiment I used white embossing powder first, and right after heating it I sprinkled the Wanderlust embossing powder on top of it. I heated it again and that melted the glitter on top of the sentiment, which looks really cool.

Jennifer McGuire made a video on how to make a Peek-a-boo card:

Materials used:
– Circle dies
– Lawn Fawn Build a house set with Halloween add-on
– Lawn Fawn Spooky fence border
– Lawn Fawn Grassy border
– Lawn Fawn Everyday sentiment banner
– Lawn Fawn Puffy cloud borders to use as stencils for distress oxide
– Lawn Fawn Rainforest cardstock
– Lawn Fawn Noble Fir cardstock
– Lawn Fawn Pearlescent vellum
– Lawn Fawn Liquid stardust
– Lawn Fawn Spooktacular stamps and dies for gravestone
– Lawn Fawn Tiny Halloween stamps for spider and bats
– Lawn Fawn Booyah for sentiment
– Black cardstock
– Craft cardstock
– Silver cardstock for chimney and door knob
– White shimmer cardstock for ghosts on the inside of the card
– Copic Sketch Markers Y11, Y13, Y15, YG41, BG10, 0, N1, N3 and C7
– Copic multi liner pigment ink 0.3
– Sakura Gelly Roll white gel pen
– Distress Oxide in Blueprint sketch, Wilted violet, Chipped sapphire
– Distress ink Pine needles for the top of the grass
– Distress ink Vintage Photo for the wood on the window
– Make-up brushes for ink blending
– Wow! embossing pad: clear ultra slow drying
– Wow! embossing powder Wanderlust WS158R
– Wow! embossing powder opaque bright white super fine
– Memento Tuxedo Black ink
– Glue dots
– Liquid glue
– Strong tape
– Scotch tape