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EEK! Halloween Card Tutorial: Distress Oxide Sprays & Web Background - Witchy Card Creations Day 6

Hey there, fellow crafting enthusiasts! Halloween is just around the corner, and what better way to get into the spooky spirit than by creating your very own "EEK!" Halloween card? In this blog post, I'm excited to share with you a step-by-step tutorial to craft a hauntingly beautiful Halloween card that combines Distress Oxide Sprays, a web background, and some creative die-cutting. So, grab your crafting supplies, and let's dive right into this fun and eerie project!

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Materials You'll Need:

Before we jump into the tutorial, let's make sure you have all the materials handy:

  • Distress Oxide Sprays in your favorite Halloween colors

  • A spider web stencil

  • Distress Mica Stain

  • A blank cardstock or pre-made card base

  • Spider die-cut

  • Sentiment and shadow layer die-cuts (created using a Cricut machine)

  • Adhesive

  • Craft mat or protective surface

  • Paper towels for clean-up

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Creating the Distress Oxide Spray Background

The first step in crafting our "EEK!" Halloween card is to create a captivating background using Distress Oxide Sprays. Choose a blank cardstock or pre-made card base as your canvas. Lay it on a craft mat or a protective surface to catch any overspray.

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Add your spider web stencil over the background panel. Spritz the Distress Oxide Sprays onto the cardstock, blending the colors and creating a mesmerizing background. You can go for classic Halloween colors like orange, black, or purple, or get creative with your own spooky color palette. Allow the background to dry completely.

Adding the Spider Web Stencil

Now, it's time to add an even bigger touch of spookiness with a spider web stencil. Secure the stencil on top of your dry Distress Oxide background. Using White Pigment Ink and a blending tool, gently apply the ink over the stencil. This will create a subtle, shimmery spider web pattern that will give your card a chilling look.

EEK Spider Web Card by Rick Adkins

Crafting the Spider and Sentiment

To make our Halloween card even more special, we'll craft a spider die-cut and a sentiment with a shadow layer. You can easily create these elements using a Cricut machine or any die-cutting tool you prefer. Select a spooky sentiment like "EEK!" or "Happy Halloween" and a detailed spiders for that extra touch of fright.

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Assembling the Card

Now, it's time to put all the pieces together. Carefully adhere the spider die-cut and sentiment with its shadow layer onto your Distress Oxide and web background. Make sure they're well-centered and aligned for a professional finish. Add an additional spider to the inside of the card hanging from a simple drawn web string.

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Video Tutorial

Here you will find the step by step video tutorial on how to create this card design.

If you have problems viewing the tutorial here on my blog you can always watch it on my YouTube Channel by Clicking Here!

There you have it, your very own "EEK!" Halloween card that's both eerie and enchanting! This DIY project combines the magic of Distress Oxide Sprays, web backgrounds, and creative die-cutting to create a card that's perfect for sending spine-tingling greetings to your loved ones.

Remember, crafting is all about letting your creativity shine, so don't be afraid to experiment with colors, stencils, and designs to make this card uniquely yours. Whether you're a seasoned card maker or a newbie to the crafting world, this tutorial is perfect for everyone.

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and that it inspires you to get creative this Halloween season. Don't forget to check out the accompanying video tutorial for a visual guide, and share your spooky creations with us in the comments below. Happy crafting, and have a spooktacular Halloween!

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Materials Used:

Here you will find the list of supplies that I used to create today's card. All supplies are linked to supply sources below. Compensated affiliate links may be used at no cost to you.

Happy Stampin'

Rick Adkins

Rick Adkins

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