Its Would you Ever Guess Wednesday over at My Cricut Craft Room.
Today we are showcasing projects using the shadow feature but not actually using the cut. Sounds a little confusing but after you see my project it will clear things up.
So here is my card and then I will give you some details about it.
I just loved the way that it turned out. Ok so here is the cut sizes and page numbers that I used
From Mini Monsters Cricut Cartridge, on pg 48 (button 21) I cut the skeleton and all his layers @ 3 1/2
pg 72 (button 45) using the shift key I cut the fence @ 2 1/4"
pg 71(button 44) I used the base shadow feature key and the center cut button to cut out the tombstone.
The base of the card is a standard A2 card (5 1/2 by 4 1/4)
The glitter orange bat layer is 5 1/4 by 4
The grey layer was 1st cut at 5 by 3 3/4, Then I placed it on my cricut mat and pressed the center point button. I then moved my blade using the arrow pad to the center of my paper( well almost the center) I then selected the base shadow feature key and button 44.
I then inked around the grey paper using some memento inks in London fog, Grey Flannel and tuxedo black.
I stamped the bats and spider on to the grey paper and to make a spiders web I used some stickles.
I then assembled my card. I used my ATG gun to attach the orange paper on to the card base but for the grey paper I used score tape so that I could be sure that it wouldn't lift because of the glitter paper.
I then added some faux stitching to the fence and attached it flat on the card.
Next after assembling my little "Monster" I popped him up on foam dots and to make his bones look old I added some crackle accents to the white bones.
I love how the crackle gives great accent to the die cut.
So that is it. That's how I created my card.
Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope that you will head over to My Cricut Craft Room to see what my other design team sisters have made.