These cards were inspired by Laura Bassen’s Card using a stripped background with this ghost.
Step 1: Cut out your desired colors of strips with Pink Fresh Studios Color Block diagonal strips die.
Step 2: Cut out and assemble the ghosts from MFT Hey, Ghoul die-namics.
Step 3: I used Scrappy Tape and adhered it to some basic thin white cardstock and then built my striped backgrounds this way. You could also use glue. They didn’t need to be perfect because I knew I would be cutting them down to a smaller than A2 size.
Step 4: Diecut your striped backgrounds from desired nesting rectangles and some black cardstock with an A2 sized rectangle for the main layer.
Step 5: Adhere the above rectangles with glue or favorite adhesive and mount on your white card base.
Step 6: Adhere ghosts with the thin white 3D foam squares.
Step 7: For your sentiments: Emboss sentiments with white fine detail embossing powder on black cardstock. Trim into strips and adhere with the thin foam squares in white or black
Line up Hey, Ghoul on your card and use some removable tape to stick the letters to and adhere Lawn Fawn’s glue tube glue in tiny dots to the back of the letters and adhere to your card. See example below.
There are lots of variations as you can see from my pictures.
These are lots of fun and simple to make.
MFT Hey, Ghoul - MFT-1785
Pink Fresh Studios - Color Block Diagonal Stripes die
LF Glue Tube - LF1664
Scrappy Tape 1 1/2” - ST15
Scrapbook Adhesive Thin 3D Permanent Foam Squares-white variety pack, 217 pk. - 1616
Gina K Designs Embossing powder - Detail white - GK-50328
Cardstock - Lawn Fawn and MFT
Various nesting type rectangles from various MFT sets.
Sentiments from PTI and MFT Stamp sets.
Patterned paper: Pebbles and Recollections.