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Sunday, September 16, 2012

Halloween 3D Card - YT Challenge

Well, there was another challenge in our YT community. Now it was Halloween/Fall themed and was created by Lydia (ItripledogdareU), who is celebrating over 1,000 subscribers on her channel!
Yey! Congratulations Lydia!
You were suppose to altered, layered, florished, etc your card or tag or LO...
I couldn't decide on which to choose, so here it is...
yes, it is a card, regular Halloween card... I used Martha Stewart papers, assortmant of MS stiskers, dollar and Tim Holtz stamps, Recollection flowers, glitter glue, TimHoltz die cut tag, bling, lace, top from Yoplight yogurt with sereal...
Here is a closer look on embellishments...
 for the tags I used $1.00 stamps, just cut it out and hang those of the Martha Stewart stiskers...
 here you see Recollection flowers and Tim Holtz Holiday stamp for a ticket.
 roses are Recollection flowers, lace from my stash...
Owl is MS set of stiskers mounted with TH long fasteners on the plastic yogurt top. Paper was cut and open out as a petals, secured with glue. On the side of the plastic top I added tissue tape and lace to create more layers...
And lets the Magic starts....
 

 The door opens and.. you see the haunted house inside and a spider web right on top of the plastic top...
and now if you remove the tag by pulling it out from the side, you can see vintage image of pumpkin men from TH seasons collection...
and here is the tag and card itself....
Lets open the card...
 pretty simple right?...
 I think this paper is busy inough to add anything to it... But CREEPY must been playced right there and of course TH ticket...
 lets take a look on the tag....I stamped it with a dollar store stamp, used stiscle glue to draw the rows, for tab I used MS sticker and hang  dog tags of it...
 this is the back of tag and I used different MS stickers
And final few....Back of the card. I embellished it with gorgeous yellow lace and secured it with MS washy tape...
I hope you like it. Here is the video for you to watch... Hugs, Natasha




 

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