Sep 16, 2016

Halloween Mini Scene Cards

Halloween is just over a month you have your cards made yet?

I think sunburst / starburst dies work great as backgrounds on cards; you can do so much with them.  For today's cards, I decided to cut the Memory Box Radiant Frame with black cardstock.  

TIP:  If you layer the Radiant Frame on a piece of paper the same color as the frame itself, it helps to hide any imperfections when gluing the rays back into the frame.

TIP:  I don't adhere the "spokes" that are on the Radiant Frame; I simply glue around the four edges of the frame itself.  The rays will hold the spokes down later.

 I cut out the Radiant Frame 3 more times on three different pattern papers which gave me enough "rays" to make three cards.  I like to send Halloween cards to my nieces and nephews, even those who are in college.  Back when I was in college I rarely got mail, but when I did, it really made my day.  So hopefully I can put a smile on my niece's and nephew's faces and include a little treat inside as an extra bonus.  After all, these are Halloween cards. 

The inner frames with the scenes in them are the Impression Obsession Rectangle 6-in-1 Frames.  I always have several of these frames hanging around because one swipe through the die cut machine cuts all 6 frames at the same time.  I knew I wanted to make some scenes within the frames on the cards so I took out my Impression Obsession Halloween dies and got to work:

Fence Border DIE028

Mini Bats DIE331

The stamps that are on the cards are from the Spooktacular Clear Stamp Set by Lawn Fawn.  I love the sentiments, along with the cute shapes, that come in this stamp set:

I'll be making more Halloween cards this month which you can view on my personal blog at  For even more inspiration, stop by the Dies R Us Blog for some great work by the other Design Team ladies.

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Thanks for stopping by -- Ann

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  1. Three fantastic Halloween cards Ann! I love the Radiant frame die, and how you've paper pieced them all. I am not into Halloween, but can see this would be a lovely die to use for other cards throughout the year.You have created great spooky scenes, very clever!

  2. These are super cute, Ann! I love the sunburst in the background. It really brings all these cards together. Thanks for your always awesome inspiration!!

  3. Fantastic idea to use the sunburst die as a paper pieced background for these Halloweenie scenes, Ann! Each scene tells a great story. I especially like the contrasting background "sky". So much fun, right down to those tee tiny jack o lanterns!

  4. OMG these are adorable Ann! I love how you used the same background but yet each card has it's own identity! GREAT JOB!

  5. Great tip on the starburst framing, I have trouble getting it down correctly, great idea to make the three cards at once and these are terrific, cool scenes in all of them and I am sure they all will be so happy to get these :)


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