Two atypical Halloween cards for the MFT August Vault Release

Cenital view of two atypical rainbow Halloween cards created by Laura Dovalo for the MFT August Vault Release.

Yay, the awesome MFT August Vault Release is now available in the MFT Store! I’m joining the celebration with two atypical rainbow colored Halloween cards created with the Spider Web Cover-Up Die-namics.

There were so many products to choose from, but the above mentioned die really caught my eye. I wanted to use it in an atypical way, so I die cut it out of a bunch of different colors of MFT card stock and went to work…

Atypical Halloween card created with the Spider Web Cover-Up Die-namics and rainbow colored card stock.

First I adhered the cover-up, die cut out of Black Licorice Card Stock, to a 4″ x 5 1/4″ (10,16cm x 13,3cm) panel, covered with Stick-It adhesive. Then I inlaid all of the negative pieces in their places, to create a rainbow colored background.

Close up of atypical colorful Halloween card.

It looked so cool, that I didn’t want to cover it with a big sentiment. So I heat embossed the “Happy Halloween” from the Sassy Pants Spooctacular set (in platinum) on a strip of Translucent Vellum and wrapped it around my panel.  I also hid strips of Stick-It adhesive behind some of the letters and a mini glue dot behind the dark blue enamel star, to keep it flat.

Cenital view of atypical Halloween card for My Favorite Things.

Finally, I adhered the panel to an A2 cardbase and decorated it with matching enamel stars. I liked the result so much, that I repeated the process with a white spider web cover-up.

Atypical Halloween card with spider web and rainbow colors.

This time I chose a sassier sentiment and flipped the panel, but other than that the process is the same. I have a lot of left over die cuts, so I’ll probably make more of these to send to my friends.

Close up of atypical Halloween card.

Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope you’ve already visited the MFT Blog for more inspiration from the DT. Before you leave, I’d love to know which card you liked the best… and if you enjoyed these, you might like THIS clean and simple rainbow card that I made a while ago.

Two rainbow colored atypical Halloween cards.

List of MFT supplies used for two atypical Halloween cards

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