Thursday, October 6, 2022

Simple Paper Pumpkin Alternative for Fusion & #tgifc388 Challenges

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Today's card is inspired by the sketch challenge @Fusion  and the TGIFChallenge called What Would You Do - without a sentiment?  How fun eh!  This challenge caught my eye because sometimes I just like play with DSP and create, but I'm not quite sure how I'll use the card.  Please click on the hyperlinks to visit the challenge blogs and enjoy the inspiration!


Assembly & Trix;

*  Use what you have, the super cute Spooky Treats Sept. 2022 Paper Pumpkin Kit provided the spider and circle with the little stars embellishments.  

*  Adhere a piece of Black & White Designs DSP, #159861 a smidge smaller than the Basic Black 3 1/2 x 7 slimline card base.  ***Trix, X2, adhere the Simply Elegant Trim, #155766 to the spider with rolled up glue dots, then adhere it to the back of the DSP layer before adhering the DSP to the card base.  

*  The striped paper in this pack looked like it could be an 'awning'  It was die cut using the the Scalloped Contours Dies, #155560 and adhered using dimensionals - because don't all awnings have spider webs in them ;)  

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