Monday, October 29, 2012

A Batty Card by Scor-pal Guest Designer Penny Ward


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Hello my scrappy friends Penny here again today as a guest designer. Can you believe the holidays are right around the corner?!? Since my children are grown I don’t usually bother with Halloween, but I saw these adorable bats and I just had to do something with them.

So gather up your Scor-Pal, card stock &…….

Let’s Make a Card…..

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Start with a Black card base measuring 5 1/2 x 4 1/4. Die cut a small oval (no, don’t throw this piece away, set it aside to use on another project). Cut a piece of yellow card stock just a bit smaller than the base card. Score this piece every 1/4 inch, then turn the card and score again every 1/4 inch.

You should end up with a grid pattern. Ink this section as desired. Die cut with a bit larger oval die directly over the same spot where you die cut the black card base.
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Take a scrap of white card stock and lightly ink with Gray Flannel, attach to back of black base card opening. With foam adhesive, attach the yellow card stock to the black card base.
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Die cut flourish from black card stock, paint with Glossy Accents. Let dry. Attach to yellow card section as shown, add “tickets” and flowers.
Color and fussy cut two bats, attach to oval opening with foam adhesive. 
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Add black “candi” dots to upper left side of card.
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Love & Liquid Pearls, Penny





9 comments:

Tamika said...

What a spooktacular card! I love scor-tape its the best!

Regina Hamilton said...

Great card. Those bats are too cute.

JPScraps said...

The card is adorable!

Kray said...

This card is so cute!!!

TracyM #6773 said...

BOO-tiful card - love it ALL!!!

Diana Crick said...

I agree very bootiful. The bats are so dang cute! Great project!
hugs, Diana

Dorina D said...

I agree too - Boo-tiful card. Also, that's an excellent tutorial as well.

GREAT JOB!

Suzi said...

Fun card! I love tickets and flourishes!

Ava Gavloski said...

penny, thanks for sharing the details on how to get the look of your project, really appreciated.
ava g