Happy World Card Making Day! Today we have Megan with us to share an amazing Platform Pop-Up card for Halloween! Let us know in the comments what you have planned to celebrate our card making hobby today! We hope you have a “spooktacular” crafty day!
The colors that Megan used for this amazing design are so eye-catching! Megan die cut the Platform Pop-Up from Bristol cardstock so she could add Distress Oxide color. She chose Lucky Clover and Pine Needles to blend that cool dark teal shade!
Megan created the cute jack o’ lantern using Stitched Pumpkin Frame and Outside In Stitched Pumpkin. She cut the pieces from Fake Tan cardstock, then she added shading with Ripe Persimmon Distress Oxide ink. And then the leaves in Cilantro and Noble Fir cardstock got some inky shading as well.
The Platform Pop-Up folds flat for mailing! You may need to use an oversized envelope to accommodate the height of the ghosts. Megan added that fun greeting from Simply Fall Sentiments! Anyone opening this spooktacular card will be sure to smile so big!
I absolutely love this amazing Halloween card! Thanks so much for sharing with us today, Megan!
Chari shares our video today with fun Halloween inspiration! She created a spooky castle featuring Build-A-Castle! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.
Thanks so much for watching!
Chari created her slimline Halloween design with an amazing inked and stenciled background! She used Distress Oxide ink in Wild Honey, Crackling Campfire and Seedless Preserves to blend the spooky sky, then she used regular Distress Ink to add the cloudy stenciling.
Big news about Big Thanks! You can now find our cute collaboration set celebrating Hero Arts 45th anniversary at lawnfawn.com! This exclusive “Big Thanks” stamp set shows how thankful we are to Hero Arts for their wonderful contributions to the creative community, and for our lasting friendship! We are honored to celebrate with them!
Welcome to another Featured Fawny Friday! We love seeing all of your amazing cards and crafty projects on Instagram and Flickr, and we can’t wait to share them! So if you use #lawnfawn on your projects or add them to our Flickr group, you just may find yourself featured on the Lawn Fawn blog!