Jul 8, 2021

Four Panel Halloween Decor #2

 Hello again friends. As promised, here is part two where I share the last two panels and assembly. Here is my post for Taylor Made Cards 4 U.  Our challenge is Holidays in July. Check out the link below for information on how you can enter to win a credit to the shop! 

Check out all this great Ephemera from The Chemist. This is a great digital ephemera set with lots of labels and chemical related items. I always print out all of the ephemera and pages to begin brainstorming on layouts. This one also started with the spider base on chipboard. Check out Video 1 here for the other 2 panels.

Check out how cool and spooky this panel is!

The last panel is another fortune teller from the Tim Holtz Ideology Halloween Paper Dolls. I thought she looked like a fortune teller!

I used the Fortune panel from the kit as the base for this project - so colorful! The curtains are from another Ideology Halloween Ephemera set, popped up with foam tape. Check out the crystal ball she is holding. It started with a piece of holographic cardstock cut with a circle die and covered with Nuvo Crystal Glaze. I the shine and texture it created!

Check out my video here to see how I created these 2 panels and assembled the final piece:

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Products used in today’s project: The Chemist and The Daily Curse
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