Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Wishing You a Jolly Halloween Hens' Den DT Project

Wishing you a Jolly Halloween
Designed By:  Anita Mulcahey,
Featuring:  Graphic 45 Happy Haunting Collection
Be sure to check out the Hens' Den Store and gallery for samples and to purchase these wonderful items.  Also check out the Halloween Challenge at Paper Issues and play along for an awesome prize.

1. Graphic 45 Pumpkin Time Patterned Paper, Enchanted, Happy Haunting Tags 1
2. Maya Road Silk ribbon
3. Other Supplies:  Spellbinders Pumpkin Die, Stickles
Cutting Instructions:
1. Cut purple card stock 5 ¼ X 12”
2. Cut 2 pieces of black card stock 1 ¾ X 5”
3. Cut cream card stock 3 ¾ X 5”
4. Cut 2 pieces Green side of Enchanted paper 1 ½ X 4 ¾ “
5. Cut 2 pieces Pumpkin Time paper 1 ¼ X 4 ½ “
6. Cut 14 1 ¼” pumpkin dies
7. Cut Pumpkin Time paper 2 X 3 ¾ “

Assembly Directions:
1.  Score your purple card stock base at 2, 4, 8 and 10”.
2. Fold the second score line in.
3. Fold the first score line back.
4. Repeat steps two and three on the other side of your card stock and the base is done.
5. Adhere cream card stock to the center inside of your card.
6. Adhere black card stock panels to the left and right outside folds of your card centering them.
7. Adhere the green side of Enchanted centered over the black card stock.
8. Adhere the pumpkin side of Pumpkin Time centered over the green patterned paper.
9. Adhere the 2 X 3 ¾ “ piece of Pumpkin Time paper 1 5/8” from the bottom of the card base.
10. Fold all your pumpkins in half from the stem down.
11. Glue the back of each pumpkin side to the next one and keep going until you are out of pumpkins.  You can do this with so many shapes and you can bet I will be doing this again, it came out amazing, so cute.
12. Adhere the cat chipboard ¼ “ up from the bottom of the purple card stock.
13.Glue pumpkin down 1 3/8” down from top of the card.
14. Pop up pumpkin chipboard flower and place directly across from pumpkin.
15. Add Stickles to pumpkin chipboard.
16. Tie ribbon around folded card and add chipboard tag and voila you are done with an amazing Graphic 45 card.

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