Halloween series #6 2013 – spooky potions case

Hello everyone,
These 2 cards i made are using the same digital images, but ended up looking quite different.
All the elements are from our Halloween digital sets. And i have traced them and cut with my silhouette digital cutter.

What i was impressed by is the high level of detail i got out of these clip arts even if i printed them smaller then 1 centimeter. I refer to the potion bottles. Have a look for yourself on this first card.

So while i left my silhouette do the heavy lifting, i embossed a piece of vellum with a wood grain embossing folder. What i noticed is that the vellum really tears it is too thin for that heavy embossing. So on my other card i used just some normal background paper, again from a digital set.

On one of the cards i use one closet, in black, and put in the potions, it stands on a candy border, that is in our Halloween candy set. the sentiment i cut with my silhouette and adhered it to  a free hand cut banner.
The littel ghosts are so cute peeking from behind that closet and i added glitter glue in lace of their eyes.

The second card i had the little ghost say BOO. Too cute.

This card sits on top of a row of skull candy. Add some sparkle with glitter glue and glossy accents.

I would love to know which one is your favorite.
Challenges i participate in:
Simon says stamp Wednesday challenge – Halloween or Halloween colors
Products i used:
Note: I am affiliated only to craftmyartwork.com digital images shop. The other links i put are from shops i use to buy products myself and deliver internationally.


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Hi! I'm Claudia, welcome to my blog for crafts and everything art related. I am a blogger paper crafter and artist, sharing my love for the arts.

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    1. The first one!
      Though, if I have to be more specific: I like the overall look of the first one, but I like the cupboard in the second one more 🙂 So, just switch cupboards…

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