Friday, October 30, 2015

All About the Dead...Happy Halloween...

 Wow...What better way to end the month of October but with a Day of the Dead Card to share with you this Halloween.
 I began by stamping several of the Skull Roses to white paper and coloring them in with Copic Markers, fussy cut them out.
Set to one side til you get ready to place them on you card front.
 Stamp Lady Bug ink on front of card base using an image from the Grunge Stamp Set
 Stamp a second time using Tuxedo Black and another of the Grunge Stamp images.
 Stamp on last time using Pear Tart and the last image from the Grunge set to the top of the card front. 
Stamp Happy Halloween to a piece of pattern paper, mat on black pattern paper using Glue Dots and add to the prepared card base.
 Cut mats from pattern paper and add glue dots to the top mat....
 Sprinkle with embossing powder....
 Heat set with an embossing gun.
 Mat pattern papers together with Glue Dots and pop dots.
 Add fussy cut skull head to top of card front with pop dots along with the colored roses.
I am so glad you stopped by and hope you enjoyed my Dead of the Dead Card and Happy Halloween!!!!. 
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Hugs Pammejo
Supplies:
Stampendous V300 Skull Roses
Stampendous Grunge Stamp Set
Stampendous Cling Halloween Wishes
Memento Tuxedo Black, Lady Bug and Pear Tart Ink

MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper 
SSH34 Medium Perfectly Clear™ Acrylic Handle
FRG01 Treasure Glitter Kit
Glue Dots
Copic Markers: C3, C5, RV 95, Y26, YR21, YR04, R59, R89
Pattern Paper
Pop Dots 

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21 comments:

  1. Another great way to use the dots.

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  2. The card looks totally complicated but with your instructions, it now seems do-able.

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  3. Wow, seeing it in parts I got no idea of how great it would all come together. You have a special eye for making this happen.
    Very celebratory!

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  4. LOVE the fun colors and patterns!!! So pretty! TFS!

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  5. Fabulous card. Love your color choices and how you popped the sugar skull. TFS

    Teresa in California

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  6. Great display of your talents! thanks for sharing!

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  7. Love how you made the dots on your card.
    Glue dots are so versatile.
    Great card.
    thanks for sharing
    Happy Halloween
    Illinois

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  8. I was in love the minute I set eyes on this beautiful creation. The colors are awesome and the background is so pretty. Viki in Kansas

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  9. Love those polka dots with the sugar skull, etc.!

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  10. Brilliant colors. This is a wonderful piece.

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  11. What a wonderful layering of of design and product, including the Glue Dots polka dot background! Thanks for sharing your creation for the hop!

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  12. Love the dots! Fun idea! Great Halloween stamp too!

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  13. BOO-tiful and BEAUTIFUL!!!
    LOVE your roses & skull, LOVE the rose with the sentiment and your CLEVER sparkling glue dots too!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing :)
    Tracy from Victoria, Australia

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  14. Love the colors and patterns, awesome creation! Love the sparkling glue dots!

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  15. Great background for this card.
    Sue in Ohio

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  16. lesakeown@yahoo.comOctober 31, 2015 at 8:51 AM

    I love how you used the glue dots! I would have never thought of that!

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  17. I love this card- and so much fun with the glue dots! And how cool you layered the grunge set - yum!!!

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  18. Great to learn all these versatile ideas for the glue dots - thanks for sharing your spook - tacular card !

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  19. Such fun! Love how you used the Dots!

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  20. What a fun way to use the dots :)

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