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Foil Stamped Halloween Card with Brutus Monroe and the New Glitter Deco Foil

We've been sharing project ideas for Fall and Halloween all week long on Therm O Web and now I'm joining the team with a foil stamped Halloween card using the new Gina K. Designs Sparkling Silver Glitter Deco Foil and Brutus Monroe stamps and inks.

This is my first proper Halloween card ever, so I hope you enjoy that quick tip video tutorial I prepared for you. It may seem strange but the truth is Halloween is not a traditional holiday in my country. Still, I had lots of fun preparing this video for you (with spooky music and all)!

Supplies and Recommendations
You'll find the complete list of supplies and some extra recommendations on Therm O Web's blog. I also invite you to subscribe to their newsletter and follow them on YouTube and social media, as they will be sharing lots and lots of project ideas for Fall and Winter.

That's all for now. Thanks so much for always supporting my creative journey. If you haven't subscribed to my Youtube channel this is a great time to do it! Many new tutorials are being prepared behind the scenes and I'd love it if you could follow me as I share each of them. Until next time.


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