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Looking Forward to Halloween

Maybe you have heard, Altered Pages Design Team is going to participate in the 31 Days of Halloween!!!  Here is a little taste of what you might see during the hop.
Staple a scrap of cheese cloth to the background (tinted with tea)
Stamp the back of Mica with brick background and heat emboss.

Fussy cut image and mount on Mica 
Cut a band of zigzags from
Attach Mica with foam dots.
Finally add a few dew drops to the Mica with Sakura Crystal Lacquer

Supplies:
Mica
Card Base
Black Bazzill Cardstock for Matting
Dew Drops
Cheese Cloth
Black ink
Embossing Powder
Brick Background Stamp from VLVS!
Foam dots

Watch for the 31 Days of Halloween Blog Hop in October!
Next week the new Altered Pages Challenge will be posted, be sure to check out the details HERE!


Comments

  1. Gorgeous. 31 days is going to be such fun. Hopping to be a hopper. A new challenge, oh goody......

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  2. Love your Halloween card. The stamped mica piece is a nice touch. I may have to lift that one. He he.

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