Happy Halloween! I’ve been binge-watching The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina on Netflix over the past few days and decided to create a card kinda inspired by the opening credits! I’ve been a fan of the comic book series for awhile and I’m so excited that they’ve adapted it for tv! And if Halloween isn’t your thing I’ll be back to cheery Christmas cards later this week! 😉
And, technically, I think it’s only Halloween-y based on the fact that it’s inspired by a horror show. I think it would give off a totally different feel if it was teal, white, and gold! 😉 Anyway, I started by trimming a piece of black cardstock down to 4″ by 5.25″. I taped the Harvest stencil over the cardstock and masked off the open areas of the cardstock. Then I applied a thin layer of black diamond glimmer paste over the stencil, peeled off the stencil, and let it dry thoroughly.
While that was drying I assembled the rest of my card elements. I stamped the bird from Strangeness onto onto black cardstock with versamark and heat-embossed it with silver embossing powder. Then I stamped the individual flowers from Strangeness onto vellum with versafine and heat-embossed them with clear embossing powder before die-cutting them with the coordinating dies. Next I stamped the sentiment onto schoolhouse red cardstock with versamark and heat-embossed them with silver embossing powder. Then I die-cut them with the sentiment label dies. I adhered the stenciled panel to a frame of schoolhouse red and black cardstock and then adhered the vellum flowers with vellum adhesive. I used foam mounting tape to pop up the sentiment labels and bird and then finished the card with a few silver pearls. A little gothic take on Sabrina for the holiday! 😉
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Teresa Doyle says
Jessica, this is such a great card. The Strangeness set is one of my faves and I really like the way you used it and esp. with this background. So cool!
Tara Prince says