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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Jack-O-Lantern card by Maya

Hello Samantha Walker fans! It is Maya here today. I am going to show you how simple is to make beautiful Halloween card using Samantha Walker cut files. 

While my older kids showing less interest in Halloween, by 5 years old is becoming fascinated by this spooktacular holiday. His favorite thing right now - jack-o-lanters!.  I picked this gorgeous design from Samantha Walker Silhouette online store

The design itself is so pretty that I didn't want to add anything else.

That is how it looks like in Silhouette Studio. I cut the card itself from orange cardstock and the square from black glittery cardstock.

I used few pieces of sticky tape to adhere the black square behind the card front.

The card is about 5.75" x 5.75". I used the envelope cut file to cut the matching envelope.

I omitted the liner that came with the envelope and instead stamped "Eek" using a stamp from "Boo-tiful Cameos Clear Stamps" set by Samantha.

This card looks adorable on a smaller scale as well. I scaled it down to 80% and cut the card from dark orange glittery cardstock. 

The final size is 4 5/8" x 4 5/8"

Here is the original version and the smaller version side by side with matching envelopes.
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