For the witch panel I stamped the trees first then the witch. I used a yellow crayon to color over the moon then sponged in the sky near the moon with Bliss Blue and then Night of Navy for the remainder and keeping it lighter near the moon. When I’m done sponging I put a paper towel over the moon and twist with my finger to take off the crayon color. The bats are stamped except for two cut outs, one on the layers and the other on the witch panel to give it a little depth so the bat looks closer than the witch. I sponged the edges of the spider and bat panels in black.
The ribbon is tied then slipped through the punched hole and around the bottom then taped to the back.
A tip on cutting the bat – rather than try cutting all the tiny areas a punch will work for part of it but do it before cutting off the larger cardstock so you can hold it. 1/6” is perfect for between the ears and 1/8 will work for part of the wings.
That about does it, but one more thing…Gotta love those Michael’s dollar stamps!
Measurements: white panel stamped panels – large - 2 1/2” by 4 5/8”, med - 1 3/4” by 3 5/8”, small – 1 3/4” by 2 3/4”.
Date: Tuesday, October 3, 2006 GMT Views: 5349