Sunday, October 2, 2016

Window Sheet Ghost Card

I was scrolling threw Pinterest to find some Halloween card ideas and found THIS example, I took it and added a twist a Window Sheet Panel.

 I am using some 6X6 pattern paper from American Crafts, Halloween pack.

Acetate from Micheal's.

Ghosts cut from Heavy Weight White card stock.

And 110 pound White card stock base.
 I first cut a regular sized card base from the 110 pound white card stock, scored at 4 1/4.

I cut a star pattern sized 2 1/4 wide by 5 1/2 tall.

I adhered the star pattern on the inside butting up against the right edge.
 I also cut the zig zag at 3/4 inch wide by 5 1/2 tall.

My acetate is cut 2 1/2 wide by 5 1/2 tall.

I use the bottom of my grid mat to line up my papers.

I add a line of tape runner adhesive to the inside of the short flap and fold ontop.

 I used Liquid Tombow Mono Glue to adhere the ghosts.

I add a block to hold them down tell the glue sets.
 I am using Versa Fine Black Onyx ink for my stamping.

Its ok to cut your stamps I promise they do not scream.
Finished Card

 Inside of card.
Front of card.

Some basic supplies I use I purchase from Hobby Lobby or Micheal’s with coupons or on sale
Hobby Lobby brand is called The Paper Studio
their website is
- I am using Heavy Weight White card stock, their brand
Micheal’s brand is called Recollections
their website is
- I am using 110 Pound White card stock, their brand
- I also purchase my Acetate sheets at their store, Grafix Dura-Lar brand 25 Sheets 9X12 size
Target Store site

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My big shot, paper trimmer, bone folder, and other adhesives can be purchased at your local or online craft supply places.

To purchase Papertrey Ink products click here
- I used their die set from Polka Dot Parade #3
- The inside sentiment and front sentiment come from Keeping It Simple collection Halloween 

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