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Creative Spark - Boo Card
Boo Card
By LeNae Gerig
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Designer's Tip: Cut orange stripes from the scraps of Halloween paper and align the stripes with the window and door panes on the haunted house Dazzles™.


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  1. Place the card fold on the side. Cover the card with yellow cardstock. Glue a 1 1/2” piece of striped paper across the bottom and a 3/8” wide strip across the card, 1/8” from the top.
  2. Place the “Boo” Dazzles™ border across the top of the bottom-striped paper. Place 3 black line Dazzles™ evenly spaced across the bottom and 3 outlining the top strip. Place 2 more down the yellow sides.
  3. Back the Dazzles™ house windows and door with the orange portions of the striped paper. Place the house at the center of the card with the “Boo” greeting at the top right and 3 bats flying around the house.
  4. Use the fine tip pen to draw a wavy line from the bottom of the greeting and place a spider Dazzles™ at the bottom of the line.


Lodell used Paris Stamp along with Frantage Embossing powders and Mica fragments to create this beautiful card. This card has so many clever techniques including the torn edges!


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