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Witch in a Dresser and did I mention Fort Worth Regional

When I saw this card on Patti Lee’s blog I had to CASE it.  The template for this side step dresser card comes from Jackie Topa.  Click here for Jackie’s tutorial video for how to create this type of card.  I used the same colors and Wicked Cool stamp set Patti used.  Since I do not own the Curly Label punch I used the Tab punch instead and black Glimmer Brads I received at the Fort Worth regional.

Which leads me to mention I attended Stampin’ Up’s! Fort Worth Regional this past  Saturday.  It was a lot fun, informative and Shelli Gardner provided  inspiration.  We all need from time to time a reminder of what we need to be doing to achieve our goals.  There were some very talented demonstrators and SU home office staff present awesome projects and techniques.  This was my first SU event and loved it.  I was hoping to trade some of my Witch Halloween cards before the session started but due to a freeway closing did not arrive to the convention center early enough.  However I was able to trade throughout the session.  I will post  the cards I received in the next few days.  All I can say is the Fort Worth regional left me wanting more which is why I have made it a goal to go to convention.  If you’re a demonstrator and have not attended an SU event consider doing so.  You’ll be glad you did.  Now onto my card.

By the way I have also submitted my card to PPA60 Halloween Inspiration Challenge.  They have some great cards posted by the design team.

Wicked Cool Dresses

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Project info:

Witch in a Dresser card

 

Finished size: 4.25″ H x 5.50″ W

Stamp Sets: Wicked Cool

Paper: Cardstock:  Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive, Whisper White

 

Ink: Rich Razzleberry Classic ink and marker, Basic Black ink, Pumpkin Pie marker, Old Olive marker

Accessories: Tab Punch, Black Glimmer Brads

Techniques: Paper crafting

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12 Responses

  1. Oh my goodness, this card is just too cute! So fun!

  2. This is so cute, love how you did this with the witch and Halloween motif. I really need to try one of these 🙂 TFS

  3. Love it! It’s very cute! That set is one of my favorites!

  4. I love this, just adorable.

  5. Oh too cute! I really want to try this out! TFS. Glad you had fun at regionals, I really wanted to attend this year. 😦 There’s always next time! Have a great day!

  6. Oh this is the cutest thing I’ve ever seen!! I want to try this, too! 🙂 TFS – it’s super!

  7. This is sooooo cute! I can’t wait to check out the tutorial! Thanks for playing @ PPA!

  8. HA! This one really made me laugh! Terrific!

  9. Great cards. Love your batty bat!

  10. Such a cute card!! you really nailed the challenge. Thank you again for playing with us @ PPA!!

  11. So cute. Halloween is so much fun for stampers!

  12. […] I received my pre-order stash from Stampin’ Up! and part of my order included the Howl-o-ween Treat Stamp Set + Boo to You Framelits Dies bundle.  Super cute images and the framelits makes it easy to die-cut them.  These cute images inspired me to make a side drawer card.  This type of card  CASE’d from Jackie Topa.  For instructions and a video click here.  I have previously made a couple of Halloween cards of this type and can be found here and here. […]

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