This is where things get a little "trick-y" LOL! I made the pedestal with some textured black cardstock. It took a little while to figure out the placement of the pedestal and then the placement of the moon. I also added the cloud to the moon and on the right a tree. The tree is adhered to the pedestal. For the base, I used the same papers and cut lots of rows. Lastly I added the Bat to the cloud and the black cat and Frankie. I am so happy to say, it does fold completely down, but does not close flat. So I consider this challenge a success! Thanks for stopping by to take a peek!
Date: Monday, July 9, 2012 GMT Views: 424
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 68043
Mon, Jul 09, 2012 @ 1:41 PM
You're outside was sweet, but the inside is totally fabulous - what a wonderful scene you created. I love the way the moon is popped up above the trees like that.
I must say I was pleasantly please that mine did fold flat :D, but I tried a mock-up first.
Registered: May 9, 2007 Location: Wisconsin Posts: 7821
Tue, Jul 10, 2012 @ 7:48 PM
What a totally "bootiful" card!!!!! I love making halloween cards, so I'm glad I have grandchildren to send them to :) I love how you made the inside of your card a scene. And all of the details on your pop up............oh my. I too had never made one of these cards and it took me forever. But it was a great challenge and I'm glad I decided to participate. Doesn't it feel great when you master a challenge????
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