Using Letter Dies to Create Custom Sentiments | Ghostbusters Card Set
Welcome to day two of my Halloween movie card series! I'm sure this movie is pretty obvious! I was singing the ghostbusters song over and over while creating these cards. I created two slimline quote cards using some Echo Park letter dies. Of course, it wouldn't truly be a ghostbusters card without ghosts, so I surrounded the words with lots of tiny Impression Obsession and Memory Box ghosts! One card features some distress oxide ink blending and a few vellum ghosts, while the other is more simplified with just some pattern paper and Cheery Lynn bats!
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The distress oxide inks that I used are black soot, lucky clover and twisted citron
I white heat embossed the ghosts on vellum cardstock. The two ghosts on the sides are from Darcie's "Faboolous" stampset the center ghost is from Lawn Fawn's "Happy Haunting" stamp set. The shimmery watercolor splatters were created with my Gansai Tambi pearlescent watercolor. The letters and the background scalloped panel were cut from orange glitter card stock
Here is the vertical orientation. I die cut the letters from green foil cardstock and adhered them onto some spider web pattern paper. The card was embellished with some Trinity Stamps "Forever Green" metallic green embellishments