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Vintage Double Fold Halloween Card

Hello everyone! Welcome to my final post for this month's amazing partnership between Sin City Stamps and Altered Pages. We have certainly had so much fun creating our projects, and I hope we've inspired you with everything we've shared too!

Today I have a vintage, double fold Halloween card, using sweet Halloween images from Altered Pages, and chipboard elements from Sin City Stamps.




Main Supplies
Sin City Stamps Alice in Wonderland Chipboard Book 
Sin City Stamps Chicken wire with Butterflies sheet Chipboard
Sin City Stamps  Love of Butterflies Plate of Rubber
Altered Pages Vintage Halloween Collage
Altered Pages Antique Halloween Collage
Altered Pages Halloween 1950s Collage
Altered Pages Bright Green Cardstock 8.5 x 11
Altered Pages Bright Orange Cardstock 8.5 x 11
Altered Pages NIJI Oil pastels
Altered Pages SKULL Ribbons
Other
White linen, light brown Leather textured, and beige Feuille carstocks
Light brown burlap ribbon
Copper and Clear embossing powders
Distress Inks in: Old Paper, Vintage Photo and embossing
Color Box white pigment ink
Patterned papers from my stash
Small wood clothespin
Vintage gold button
Various adhesives

As you can see, every side of the card was matted and embellished, except for one, which was left that way in order to write a message to the recipient.

TUTORIAL
To learn how to make this card click here, Start the Guide linked below and follow each step.

If you have any questions about this project, don't hesistate to contact me through a comment.



I do hope you enjoyed seeing my card. If you'd like to make a card like this, and would like to purchase the products I used, click on the linked supples listed above.

Thanks so much for stopping by today. Until next time!

This card is participating in:
Halloween - Amusing Challenge
Sketch - Stamplorations

Comments

  1. Oh wow, this is fantastic Gracie! I love the fancy folds and your images of the little kids are fabulous! All those fancy frames and die cuts, wonderful details! hugs :)

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  2. Hi Gracie!
    Love your fabulous vintage card. Many beautiful details, and these gorgeous images are full of nostalgie.
    Rosi x

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  3. Beautiful vintage card! Love all the layers in it!

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  4. Oh, this is so adorable ! Thanks so much for playing with us at STAMPlorations. I hope to see you there next time, too! Hugs, Cornelia DT

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  5. Super spooky! I love the vintage drawings.

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