Today's card will be entered in the Scrapy Land Challenge-Anything Goes and Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge-Back to Nature. Again I worked with glitter and used the Kiss Cut Glittering technique. I thought that spider hanging from the cat's tail and the pumpkin might be in the back to nature category. I think I will not be using this glitter type of card for my Halloween ones but just had to see if the kiss cut glittering technique would work and it does. You have to arranged the dies in the way you want them before you die cut them.
Cheery Lynn Dies used:
Whimsical Halloween Cat B850
Sparkle N Sprinkle Products:
Super Adhesive Sheets
Glitters-Orange Surprise G1010, Green Nugget G1065, Black Ice G1020S, Lazer Blue G1074, Evening Glow G1086, Silver Dreams G1002 and Bronze Splendor G1012,
Heavy Card Stock
Tim Holtz Retractable Pick
Crafter's Companion Glue Pen
To see how to do this technique check out the first posts that are labeled Kiss Cut Glittering. You will find the label along the side bar.
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