Best Friends – an Oldie but Goodie!

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Oh gosh… I am not one to celebrate Halloween… but the thought of playing tricksters on my teenage treatsters is just tooo irresistable to pass up and I just cherish the ear to ear grins from the children when I place really special treats in their treat bags… what fun to bless other children!

The card was made using Linda Nicholson’s Acetate Card Tutorial at the Splitcoast Stamper’s website.  This was a fun card to make and in fact I made 11 of them for my card swapping friends!  I used black Stazon ink to stamp on the Acetate… you need to practice first before stamping since the Acetate is a little slippery… you can get these Acetate sheets at an office supply store.  I used googlie eyes for the dracula and bat (inside) and a wiggle buddy to make the bat go nuty when you open the card!  To make tying a ribbon on the side of the card easier, I punched two small holes about 1″ from each edge on the fold and then I threaded the gingham black checkered ribbon from Stampin’ Up! through the holes and tied a cute bow…

Also I used a bone folder to get a really nice fold on the card as well as mini glue dots to
attach the cardstock to the folded Acetate Card.

The best friends Stampin’ Up! Stamp set is retired… but you could easily come up with a
booglie eye idea for the card front and inside…

These took a little while to make because you had to let the glue dry a bit for the wiggle eyes  but all in all if you are patient you can get yourself a nice card.

Card Cost:  $1.32

Copyright 2007 Stampaloooza Paper Art Studios

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