Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Girls Night Out set by Karen Day

Hello Ai fans!
Have you all seen the latest Ai Halloween sets??  I'm sharing the cute little flying witch from the Girls Night Out Set (Sku #4526):

When I saw this sweet little witch, I knew that I wanted to have her flying - so I made a circular die cut through the front of my card, and suspended her on a piece of thread in the opening:
 She's a little hard to photograph, since she likes to twirl around when the card is propped open!  So I've taken a few different shots so that you get the idea.  Below it shows the card laying flat so that you can see her a bit better.  I've also used the Funky Halloween (Sku# 4312) sentiment on the front of the card - and the inside sentiment is "Girls Night Out".
Forgive the photos!  The base is a vibrant lime green colour, not quite as neon as the photo shows on the blog!  I used my Gift Box Punch Board and a piece of 6x6" cardstock to create a tiny matching pumpkin to hold a few little chocolate goodies:

I started by assembling my card base mounting lime green on the front, and a warm yellow on the inside.  I cut a 3" circle through the entire front.  I coloured the witch with Copic markers and fussy cut around her.  I cut a black shape with my Cricut, and glued a piece of thread onto the back:
I ran a line of glue down the back of the witch and placed her under the thread before gluing the die cut onto the front of my card.
You can see all of the Ai 2014 Halloween sets here!  Happy Stamping Everyone!
Copics used: C7, C5, C3, C1, C00, YR15, YR12, YR00, YG05, YG03, YG01, V09, V04, V01, Y26, Y23, Y21, E57, E55, E53.

 


3 comments:

  1. Oh Karen, I love how you made it so she can fly and spin! I have never made one of these, they kind of scare me. I might need this image too.

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  2. wow, love it... i need this set and title...

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  3. GENIUS!!! I LOVE that you made her fly around on that broomstick!!! Thanks so much for the fun tutorial on how you made this fantastic card and adorable matching box, Karen!!
    hugs, Sharon

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