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I started with a black card base, scored the front panel in half, and
then used a triple circle die cut to create the front flip panel. It makes
the possibilities endless from front to back. I just love it. I punched
out purple scallop circles and attached to the front of the card. And the
Epiphany Crafts tools made it easy to punch out these adorable Halloween characters, topped with clear epoxy stickers, and adhered to purple scallop circles.
Next I layered a strip of spiderweb pattern paper and green
trimmed stickers down the center of the front panel. And used the
Epiphany Crafts square punch to create this unique sentiment from pattern paper and topped with clear epoxy stickers for dimension. And adhered onto this orange sticker banner and adhered to card front. Added jewels and puffy spider stickers.
When you flip the card to the inside I adhered this colorful starry pattern paper to both inside panels. Added an orange sticker trim and lots of fun stickers and layered a big circular sentiment sticker to the right panel. And added bigger star stickers, eyeball stickers, spiders stickers, and a Halloween sentiment tab sticker too. And there you have a super fun Halloween card or a special Birthday card for somebody having a birthday this month too!
Supplies Used: Epiphany Crafts Tools: Shape Studio Round 25 and Bubble Caps Round 25, Shape Studio Square 25 and Square Bubble Caps; Doodlebug Paper, Stickers, and Embellishment Collection Kit: Boos & Brews; Recollections@Michaels blank black cards/envelope set; Martha Stewart Scoreboard; Big Shot Machine; Endless Creations (shopec.com for flip card details): Triple Circle Card Making Die Cut; and American Crafts 1.5" scallop circle punch
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