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Monday, October 21, 2013

Owl Family

Hi Everyone! I hope you are enjoying Fall. I sure am. Since Halloween is right around the corner, I want to share a card I made with this cute little Sparkle N Sprinkle owl family from the Owlette stamp set 511 (not the Adam's Family)! LOL! I wanted to make my card spooky - cute for Halloween. I had a background already made that I loved. I used black glossy card stock and rubbed rust, purple and silver Mica Gloss over it. I just loved the spooky aura it created.  To add some more pizzazz I patted Versa Mark ink over the background and sprinkled on Silver Detail EP257 and Log Cabin EP397 embossing powders and heat set them from underneath so that the embossing powders would not blow off. Peruvian Lily velvet glitter GM2014 was used to highlight the tree and owls. Thanks so much for stopping by.  Have a wonderful day and a lovely Fall!   


Other SNS supplies used:
  1. Versa Mark ink
  2. Tear-ific Tape SAT01
  3. Sakura glue pen
  4. Mirror Silver card stock 99569

5 comments:

  1. This is beautiful ! I love those owls, they are darling !

    Mayra
    Mayrasdesigns.blogspot.com

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  2. Awesome card April. Lots of spooky goodness!

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  3. April, love your owl family and that background is fabulous! You have really captured a spooky feeling on your card and cutness with that family of darling owls. LOVE IT!

    Hugs
    Sue

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  4. This looks fabulous. Love that background.

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  5. this little owelettes are adorable, April! All decked out in their colorfully prettiest feathers! LOL Now they just need some goody bags to go trick or treating. Very cute, sparkly, card! hugs, de

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