Let’s dress up our Digis!Today we’ll make this “Too Cute to Spook” Card using the Haunt-it Digital Craft Collection from Erin Reed Makes.
I started off by picking out some of the svgs and sentiments that are included in this kit. I did all of the arranging and re-sizing of the digital images in Microsoft word. I also added a circle around each of the sentiments.
Then I printed it out and had my ScanNCut cut out all of these fun images.
Now I have a bunch of fun pieces to make some cards from.
I used this Too Cute To Spook square card pane as a focal point on my not square card. Instead I made an A2 card, popped the square focal point, and the ghosts, up on foam tape. And then I added some sparkle with a Spectrum Noir Sparkle pen and some tiny gems that I picked up a long time ago from Hobby Lobby.
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Here is a quick look at the finished project.
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