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Create a Night Scene - 1 Background 3 Completely Different Cards

Hello Crafty Friends,

How are you doing? I guess you all will be busy, as Diwali as just in the corner. HAPPY DIWALI in advance, have a Prosperous Diwali.

Now for the cards. I'm here with my DT Post for Peek-a-Boo Designs.
Today I felt like creating the sky, that's similar to the Diwali Night - all dark but still full of lights (I hope you guys understand what I'm trying to say) And to add a twist I used few monsters to create Montrous scene using MONTROUS Stamp Set.
These really made some awesome Birthday cards.



I'm sure you guys are craving for some close-ups. These actually turned out pretty good. Loved each card and you will see, each card is completely different in style. 





First card, where you can see the whole night scene - a monster with a bunch of balloons hanging from a rocket. I know this is what monster suppose to do - impossible. I love love love this scene and I smile everytime I see this card. And the face of the monster makes it look like its been dragged by the rocket - a perfect fit for this card..




My next card is a Shaker card, I used the large die from Scalloped Rectangle Die Set. And used the scallop frame to create the well for my shaker. Its quite thin frame but the used my foam tape and trimmed it to 1/4th size, to fit the frame and create the shaker.



For my third and last card here, I used the large die from Scalloped Circle Die Set but  didn't use the scallop frame that cuts along with the circle. I really liked the simple but still classy look of this card. Its just great.



So now without taking much of your time let me share the video tutorial with you guys.



To watch on YouTube click HERE


Materials Used :-

Dual Stitched Rounded Rectangle
Scallop-rectangle
Scalloped Circle 
Monstrous

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