VIDEO: Spooky Slimline Card with Lawn Fawn

Welcome everyone! Have you checked out the new release from Lawn Fawn! Once again, it’s packed with amazing new products! I’ll be featuring the new Fox Before n’ After stamp.

VIDEO

In my video, I’ll be showing you how I copic colored the images and created this spooky background! You can view the video down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.

I’ll be using images from the Fox Before n’ After stamp set and also the Pick of the Patch stamp set. This card may look familiar to you as I showed it during Inspiration week but I really wanted to get it in a video for you.

Since there are so many wonderful images that I wanted to use on my card, I decided to make this a slimline card.

I stamped all of the images onto Lawn Fawn white card stock using their Jet Black ink. Then colored with copic markers.

I’m ink blending Twisted Citron, Lucky Clover and Black Soot Distress Oxide ink. Then I will go over the background using the Cloudy stencil and Black Soot Distress ink. It adds such a great spooky touch!

The moon is also ink blended using Antique Linen and Mustard Seed.

I know Halloween is not everyone’s cup of tea (it’s totally mine though!) but what’s so fun about this set is it can used outside of Halloween purposes. At least 3 of the Fox images can be used for any type of birthday card.

Be sure to check out the full tutorial for the card.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

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