Unscripted Sketches 177 Trick not treat

This Halloween, this cute little girl is going to focus on the trick, not the treat ;)

Enjoy this bit of fun created using this week's Unscripted Sketches sketch challenge.


New to stamping? Here are some Project Notes sharing how to create the main stamped image: 

  1. Stamp the witch three times using Stazon: once onto Whisper White, again onto patterned paper, and finally onto a scrap of whisper white (just need the pumpkin this last time).
  2. Cut the card stock containing the first stamped image into the shape you want to use on the card. I used the largest Framelit in our Apothecary Accents set.
  3. Color the face, hair and socks of the little girl.
  4. Stamp frog image (from Animal Talk) with Old Olive onto Whisper White card stock. Trim including part of the "hopping trail". Set aside.
  5. Trim the dress and hat portion of the image from the patterned paper. Adhere to the witch on the die cut. (This technique is call Paper Piecing).
  6. Color the pumpkin (your third stamped image from step 1) and trim. Adhere over the dress layer using a Stampin' Dimensional.
  7. Adhere the frog in place allowing the cut end of the hopping trail to tuck under the pumpkin.
  8. Finish your card. The layout you see here is our Unscripted Sketches challenge this week.

Inspired by: US Sketch #177
Product Supply details: 

Stamps: Animal Talk (126392)

Colors: colors coordinate with our Festival of Prints Designer Series Paper stack (126904) - Old Olive, Whisper White, Elegant Eggplant
Tools: Big Shot (113439), Apothecary Accents (127003), Small oval punch (120908)
Embellishments: Lucky Limeade Baker's Twine (125572), Rhinestone Basic Jewels (119246)
Other: purple sharpie, Recollections stamp set 

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Comments

  1. That little hopping from is too cute.

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  2. love this card...so adorable. The frog is too cute!
    hugs,
    -DT♥

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  3. Super cute card! That is a lot of fancy cutting!!

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  4. An adorable card, Adriana! Love the paper piecing.

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  5. What an adorable witch - she looks great with that background paper!

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