BOO! aka Hello! Time to get inky for Fall! Sharing three projects I made with the NEW Memory Box release!
I’ll start with this cute BOO to YOU! The Fancy Gate Globe is NEW. I paired it with the Snowglobe Backer die to make this hanging or it stands too, tag.
The ghosts are from the NEW Ghosts in the Forest die set and the sentiment is the NEW Boo Posh Script! So cute!
I inked a background piece I cut with the Nested Globes die set and inked with purple inks and an ink blending brush. (it’s a brighter purple IRL)
This was a quick tag to make!
Next up is an A2 size card I made with the NEW Ghosts in the Forest die set.
I die cut the scene out of Memory Box’s black glossy cardstock and the ghosts out of white glossy cardstock. I love how it looks IRL.
I inked an A2 size panel for the back with oranges and purples and spattered water, white paint and black paint on to it.
I added the NEW Rickety House die cut in the same glossy black cardstock. For the windows, I die cut the house in white and left the windows in the cut, colored them with a Copic yellow marker, then glued the white to the back of the black house.
I used the NEW Happy Halloween Posh Script die for the sentiment. Die cut in black glossy and an orange from my scraps.
Not really spooky but sure is cute!
Next up is the NEW Creepy Cabin die! This one is really CAS and probably took me the longest because I couldn’t decide whether to color it or not! lol In the end, leaving it white won out.
It’s not so creepy anyway! haha
I inked a purple-ish background, cut everything in white.
I used the Wooded Glen Collage die from a previous release for the top layer. Then a few pumpkins I got inky from the Pile of Pumpkins die. The stems I colored with a Copic marker.
Layered them up with that thin thin foam mounting tape I like.
Oh, I stamped Hello from the Halloween Pumpkin clear stamp set from a previous release.
This card is 5 ½ inches square. A nice size… I like it!
I’ll link everything below.
And thank you so much for clicking over. I’ll be back…so much I want to make!
Here’s what I used to make these three cards…