Haunted Garden

by Rebecca Rapanaro

Hello, Rebecca The Wizardess Of Cards here. I am always so happy to be up on Alex’s blog! Today I am sharing a card I created using the Alex Siberia Design Sketched Hibiscus Digi Stamp. For those who know me I absolutely love Halloween so I thought it only fitting that I try to turn one of Alex’s florals into a Halloween card. Hope I succeeded. I used my imagination to take you from the ordinary to a mysterious and spooky scene in the Haunted Garden.

To Create The Haunted Garden

  1. Print Sketched Hibiscus on watercolor paper
  2. Watercolor image, you can use the paints you like, keeping with Halloween colours
  3. Use a little pencil for shadowing to bring depth to your flowerers and a little black ink around the edges
  4. Cut your panel down a little smaller than an A2 card size as we want a black frame around the panel
  5. Glue your panel to your A2 Black card stock frame
  6. All die cuts and sentiment I used are from Whimsy Stamps
  7. Once you have die cut everything glue it to your card
  8. Add crystals for sparkle and interest                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Thank you for stopping by I truly hope you have found some Halloween inspiration. I use affiliate links when possible at no cost to you. Have a frightfully good Saturday!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Rebecca                                                                                                                                                                                     @wizardessofcards

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