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Yey, it’s time for another CASE Study challenge! I hope you are enjoying our muse this month, Torico, as much as I am. Here’s another reason why I love Torico’s cards so much.
Cuteness in abundance – check. CAS – check. Ingenious die cutting – check. Little details for interest – check! Here’s my card. 

I used a negative die cut circle for my moon with cute bats from Torico’s Bugs and Hisses set for There She Goes. The sentiment is from the same set and I backed it with twine to reflect the ribbon that Torico used. A bare die cut branch for a tree just finished off the spooky feel :)

I inked the paper for the moon with wild honey distress ink and then spritzed with water to give craters. Well they could be craters couldn’t they?! I inked the main panel with pumice stone distress ink and used a roughly cut cloud shape to mask and try and achieve the impression of swirling spooky mist. Gotta use your imagination a bit with this card LOL.

Here’s that DT list for you to click away for more inspiration :)

  • Amy Wanford
  • Andrea Ewen
  • Christina MacLaren
  • Clare Buswell
  • Debby Hughes – me!
  • Iwona Palamountain (Chupa):Owner
  • Jean Martin
  • Maureen Plut
  • Teneale Williams
  • Teresa Kline

  • Supplies: Stamps – There She Goes bugs and hisses; Inks – Versafine onyx black, Distress Inks antique linen, pumice stone, wild honey; Card – Stampin’ Up elegant eggplant, basic black; Markers; Dies – Memory Box woodland branch, Spellbinders circles, Papertrey Ink angled labels; Twine – The Twinery lilac

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