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31 days of Halloween Day 6 - Gargoyle

Welcome to Sunday Day 6
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Today we have a stamped Gargoyle card by design team member Lyneen

Altered Pages Gothic Halloween Stamp Collection
Bazzil Halloween Paper Pack from Altered Pages
Tim Holtz Distress Markers
Clear Embossing Powder
Card Base
Stickles - Purple & Red
Webbed Ribbon

Layer papers and ribbon on base cardstock, attach to card. Stamp and heat emboss gargoyle and the word "Gargoyle". Color with Tim Holtz Distress Markers. Attach to card, use foam dots for gargoyle.

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  1. Love this Gargoyle! Such a demon with the red eyes that have a hint of sparkle. Nice how you embossed stamped image and give a nice sheen. Awesome background and love the added sparkle to the center of the shapes.

  2. Very cool gargoyle He has relatives living in my home year round.
    Thank you for a great discount!

  3. Spooky gargoyle and great papers. Love the sparkle. xxD

  4. Love the gargoyle..that paper is neat too!

  5. Ooooh freaky gargoyle!! love this project! mo x

  6. Awesome gargoyle stamp that you have used with such great paper!

  7. Totes wicked cool gargoyle project, love the layers!

  8. Left some love on your blog about this wonderful gargoyle! Love how you did the background!

  9. Love this gargoyle. You colored him nicely. The gems are a great addition.

  10. This is a fantastic card. Love the gargoyle stamp...he is pretty frightening.

  11. wow great project! the coloring is great! he looks cold as stone ;) love his eyes too!!

  12. Cool card, love seeing what began as a pile of stuff turned into such a great project.

  13. Great card. That gargoyle stamp is one of my fav's from Altered Pages. I love how you made him come to life.


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