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Aug 10, 2014

A Rainbow of Spiders (plus a video tutorial)

Hello there and thank you for stopping by today. There are only 3 days left of the MFT August Release Countdown. The new releases can be yours on August 12 at 10 PM EST. Be sure to head over to the MFT Blog for full set and die reveals for the day.

My card today uses the new Dripping Goo Edge Die-namics and Centerpieces Spooky Window (just the spider)… OH and the super adorable Spooky Sentiments stamp set, which I LOVE LOVE LOVE.

I went a little untraditional with a rainbow of spiders. Who says Halloween has to be all spooky?  :)  



I hand-drew in some lines for the spiders to hang from, and I put on my math brain to get it *just* right, so make sure you watch the video below to see how I did it. The sentiment was stamped in Orange Fizz.


Want to see my creative process and learn how to make this card?  Click HERE to watch the video, or click "play" below.





These products and many more will be available for purchase in THREE days, on August 12 at 10 PM EST.  Be sure to check out the MFT Blog to see what the rest of the team has come up with today.

Thanks for stopping by today! I'll see you tomorrow!

Stamps: Spooky Sentiments
Die-namics: Centerpieces Spooky Window, Dripping Goo Edge
Card Stock: Smooth White, Black Licorice, Orange Fizz
Ink: Orange Fizz
Supplies: Copic Multiliner, foam tape, glue



19 comments:

  1. Love your use of the spiders and drippy gook!! Awesome card.

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  2. Love it. You made spiders cute!

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  3. That is soooo cute even tho I am arachnophobic (LOL) and BTW, you have me wanting to buy EVERY single color of paper these days!

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  4. Love your rainbow of spiders...adorable!

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  5. Absolutely the cutest Halloween card, Jody! I love it!

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  6. Super cute! Love the colors you used.

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  7. Love the hanging spiders.

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  8. Who said spiders weren't fun? Great job, and I like the goo at the top.

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  9. The entire team is out-doing themselves with the cuteness factor on this release! Love the non--traditional rainbow of spiders! (and the instructions for lining it all up evenly!)

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  10. Wonderful spiders and clevere use of the dripping border.

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  11. What a fun, colorful and creative card.

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  12. I LOVE the rainbow spiders ... thanks for the tip!!

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  13. You made spiders look cute ---- didn't think that was possible!! ;) This is fabulous!!

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  14. This is such a fun little card! Your little spiders are adorable. Thanks for showing us how you put this card together.

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