Hello and thanks for stopping by to check out today’s new papercraft project. Halloween crafting is a favorite in my family. The kids enjoy funny images and love to share treats with classmates and teaching staff. I personally like to show the bus drivers some appreciation with a decorated treat 🙂 My project for today makes it easy to add either coloring or die cut images on one project with the Cauldron Bubble Bundle. If I am in need of some coloring therapy then I will really enjoy adding my personal coloring touches. Some times I need to get a large number pf projects created and am short on time, so using die cuts on patterned paper are a quick time saver. Having one design for either avenue is one less hassle is this busy momma’s day.
Watercolor Halloween card
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measurements for this project
Cauldron Bubble Bundle
Cauldron Bubble was top of my list for the Halloween season papercraft projects from the 2018 Stampin’ Up!® Holiday Catalog. The images are fun and not scary- perfect to share in the classroom and to the trick or treaters that will visit our home on Halloween night. I started off by creating a watercolor wash panel with night time colors. Once dry, the sentiment is stamped with StazOn black ink, as it is waterproof. All of the fun images from Cauldron Bubble stamp set are colored with Stampin’ Blends Markers and then die cut with the Cauldron Framelits. No fancy or skilled coloring needed, just simple color and it’s a completed project.
But I didn’t stop there, it’s stepped up a notch! The card base is stamped with Frost White Shimmer Paint and decorated with Rhinestones. Be sure to check out the video tutorial for a demonstration of how to complete this project.
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Having more ways to create a focal point on your project can make a project work for you. I hope you like this project and will come back to visit often! Thanks for stopping by today.
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