Creative Uses with Debby Hughes; Spooky Eyes Halloween Edition!

Hi friends! Happy Sunday! I hope you’re having a fun weekend! We’re back this month with a cool creative uses post from our dear friend, Debby Hughes! Can you believe she turned the Sketch Ranunculus flowers into spooky eyeballs? Read on and be sure to watch the video for more details! Enjoy!

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Hello, Debby here. The new fall and holiday supplies are starting to be released and so for my creative uses post this month I thought I’d have a look at my current stash and see what I could use for upcoming card making events. It’s always a good idea to see what sets can be utilized further and where you might want to purchase something to fill a gap.

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I thought the beautiful flowers from the Sketch Ranunculus set could be worked in to some spooky Halloween eyes! I stamped them in Versamark ink on Arches watercolor card and white heat embossed then watercolored with the Gansai Tambi palette. I trimmed the panel down and mounted on an Ivory mat then on to a purple card base.

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I used a sentiment from the Not So Spooky set stamped in Versafine Onyx Black ink on Sunshine card and die cut with a Basic Banner. However, if you don’t have a Halloween set then you could use letter stickers or stamps. I foam mounted the sentiment on the panel and then finished with some sequins. I then decided the corners were looking a little bare so used a white gel pen to draw simple spiders webs.

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Thanks for joining me today and I hope you check out your supplies to see if you can stretch their use to the end of the year :D


Thanks for reading today, and thanks to Debby for being our guest!
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  1. Leave it to Debby to come up with something so creative and cool! What an awesome way to use this stamp set!

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