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Halloween Wreath Box Card - Pretty Pink Posh

Hello hello! Today, I have a Halloween box card in pretty pastel colors. For this box, I used the new Halloween Wreath Stamp Set. I love all the previously-released Pretty Pink Posh wreath stamps and so happy that there is a Halloween version now. This is just so fun to color and the size of it makes it easy to fill up a card. 

I first ink blended Shaded Lilac Distress Oxide Ink through the new Candy Background Stencil before cutting the panels for the card box. I then assembled the box using Heffy Doodle Big Shadow Box Die and die cut a 3 inch circle in the middle of one of the panels. This opening is the perfect size for the wreath to be glued on top of later. I added 2 grass inserts inside the box using Hickory Smoke Distress Oxide Ink. For the background, I used the new Spooky Sky Stencils to make my own patterned paper: the clouds were blended with Tumbled Glass, bats with Wilted Violet, and stars with Mustard Seed.

I then stamped the Halloween Wreath with Memento Tuxedo black ink on 110lb white cardstock. I colored with Copic Markers - BV01/00/000, B02/00, G43/40, R85/83/81, N3/1/0, Y18/15 and cut with the coordinating die. I glued the wreath on top of the opening in the front of the card. I also stamped the cute little ghost from the same stamp set and attached it to the insert using a strip of acetate. Next, I white heat embossed 2 more ghosts on vellum and glued them to the back insert using acetate. I flipped one of the vellum ghosts for a mirrored look. They look super cute inside the box card, but can't really see them in the photos. 

I then white heat embossed the "Happy Halloween to you" sentiment on a strip of black cardstock and foam mounted it to the front of the card. I also added 3 little stars for added sparkle.

For the tag, I used the 3 inch circle that I cut out from the front panel of the box. I stamped the ghosts image from the Halloween Circle Stamp Set and cut with the coordinating die. I also cut the zigzag circle, which is included in the Coordinating Dies,  in white cardstock and colored with Copic B000. 

I hope you enjoyed this card and tag duo. Thanks for stopping by!


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