Mice Family Pumpkin Fun

Welcome to the first official card of my Halloween Series 2020. For today’s card I got out all of my mice stamps and searched for the ones that could make this pumpkin carving scene work and I just love how it turned out so much! I planned to share this card next week, but I just had to share it today. It’s not a spooky card, but it does have a fall/Halloween theme that I think most people will like. In the video I go through the most important steps and I will tell you how I altered a few stamps to make them perfect for the scene.

(I accidentaly forgot to take a picture on my dark backdrop, so on YouTube you’ll see my regular backdrop instead of the darker one).

I’ve listed all of the materials I used down below:

Lawn Fawn materials used:

  • Large Slimline With Sliders
  • Small Slimline with Lift the Flaps
  • Slimline Stitched Hillside Borders
  • Pick of the Patch stamps and dies
  • Jump for Joy stamps and dies
  • Spooky Village stamps and dies
  • Dandy Day stamps and dies
  • Merry Mice stamps and dies
  • Love Poems stamps and dies
  • 12×12 Fall Fling paper ‘Jenn’
  • 2.5″ Acrylic block
  • Stamp Shammy
  • Starry Stamp Shammy Case
  • Liquid stardust mixed with water

Other materials used:

  • Memento tuxedo black ink
  • Copic Sketch Markers (most colors are shown in video)
  • Copic Multi Liner 0.3
  • Sakura gelly roll pen 08: white
  • Foam squares
  • Liquid glue
  • White cardstock
  • Distress Oxide Ink: cracked pistachio, tumbled glass, peacock feathers, wilted violet, fossilized amber, wild honey, rusty hinge, mustard seed
  • Distress Ink: tea dye, mowed lawn, wild honey
  • Vaessen Creative cutting and scoring board
  • Bone folder
  • Heat gun
  • WOW! Embossing pad: clear ultra slow drying
  • WOW! Embossing powder Primary Ebony Super Fine
  • Powder tool

All of the materials I used in this video were purchased by me.