Have you enjoyed all the wonderful eye candy on our Ippity Release Blog Hop?! We have some very talented Ippity Chicks Don't you think?! :D
I am the last of the chicks on the hop so after me I will send you back to the Ippity Blog.
But first my card! I used the new release "Halloween Greetings" illustrated by Angie Blom and Joslyn Nielson.
I used our adorable little Halloween witch and placed her by the window that I cut out using a Memory Box die. She is on the inside looking out! The chandelier is from another Unity set called "fright night", the dp is from Echo Park "Apothecary Emporium". I used some copic glitter pens to color in the image and to add a little light to the chandelier which I had cut out and used pop dots for dimension. I have also used pop dots under the little witch as well.
On the inside I also framed the window with another die cut and then added the flower box die cut also from Memory Box. I think before I send this card out that I will add some dried flowers to the little box. The bats and the extra small trees are also from the set "fright night" stamped in memento ink. The bats I used clear embossing powder on,and I fussy cut 2 of them out to give some dimension to the night sky!
This dp is also from that same paper stack from echo park. The sentiment is from the new release Halloween Greetings. And I stamped some extra trees on this page as well. What I also like about the sentiment is that because of the chevron pattern around the words you could use the sentiment all on its own with just some designer paper and twine or halloween ribbon. And the set blends so well with the other Halloween sets from Unity!
Yes, I think it needs some dried flowers in the window? ;)
Well, I hope you like my project and that it has given you some inspiration!
Be looking tomorrow for another project and on the Unity Blog for the Sale that will be starting tomorrow! Fall sets will be up to 50% off! :D
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