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Halloween Lantern: Day 16 of 31 Days of Halloween

Hello Halloween fanatics! It's Day 16 of the Smeared & Smudged 31 Days of Halloween. Today, I have a super simple card...albeit a kinda creepy. At least...I think so. I hope you agree.

I started off by stamping my "Halloween" image (one of my all-time faves!). It's from Basic Grey. I stamped it on to vellum with Memento Ink. Word of warning...it dries sloooooowly on vellum. So I used my embossing gun just a bit to help it along. Then, I stamped my pretty lantern (from Inkadinkado) in the same fashion.

For the spooky glow, I simply cut a piece of orange cardstock and placed it underneath the vellum. So it gave the look that it was actually under old glass. Sometimes simplicity can be pretty creepy, and that's really what I was going for here. Please be sure to visit the rest of the Wicked Bloggers, all listed in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by, have a creep-tastic day!

Comments

Sarah Nancarrow said…
Gorgeous stamp - love the touch of shining light colour and that beautiful font :)
TangledBlueRose said…
Love the lantern and the glow is perfect! The stamping on vellum is just so elegant, wonderful card!
~kim
Steph said…
Fabulously creepy! Love the images and the glow from the lantern.
Wonderful simplicity! Love the glow of the orange under the vellum! This is an elegant yet spooky card.
DogsMom said…
I would include both the images as favorites.
You did a wonderful job of cutting the "glow" perfectly to size.
NanB said…
So lovely and elegant! The glowing effect if awesomely fabulously wonderful!!
Rebecca pettit said…
It is so faboo I feel like my head is going to pop.he font is unbelievable
That is one boootiful creepy yet elegant Halloween card! I love that senti too!
maureenjscott said…
This is stunning Alison! I love the orange glow! Great idea and beautiful result! mo x
craftings said…
Love this CAS wonderful lantern!
(AJ) ArtJypsy said…
CAS and Fabulous. Love this card. The lantern is a great idea.
DonnaMundinger said…
FABULOUS CAS design. That lantern glowing is gorgeous! Love the font and distressing, too. xxD
Susan Renshaw said…
This is gorgeous. Love the Halloween stamp and the light behind the vellum!
Julia said…
Beautiful CAS card, Love the Halloween stamp.
Christine Kiehl said…
This is a fantastic card and I love those images and how you slid the orange behind to give it that soft glow!

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