Trick or Treat Card feat Studio Katia Stamps and Dies

Halloween Card feat Studio Katia Kobi the Grim Reaper - Full Pic

Hello everyone! Today I am on the Studio Katia blog with a fun Halloween card I made using images from the Kobi the Grim Reaper stamp set. 
To start off my card I stamped my images on some Neenah Solar White cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored them in with my Spectrum Noir markers. I then cut them using the coordinating dies. I also used my craft knife to cut some slits around Kobi's paws, so that I could slide the scythe right through.

Halloween Card Kobi The Grim Reaper Close up

For my background I did some ink blending on a piece of  heavyweight white cardstock with Distress Oxides: I used Faded Jeans, Seedless Preserves, Worn Lipstick and Wild Honey. I created a distressed look by adding some water splashes. For the outside frame I cut some black cardstock using the Dotted Patterns - Fancy Square die and did some more ink blending with Distress Oxides in Iced Spruce and Black Soot. I stamped the little spider on the sky, as if it was hanging from the frame, and adhered everything in place using some white glue.

Halloween Card feat Studio Katia Kobi the Grim Reaper

And that's it for today's card! I really hope you liked it, and I hope I inspired you to create a fun Halloween card using the Kobi the Grim Reaper stamp set!
Thanks for stopping by, and have a great day!

List of Supplies

Studio Katia Kobi the Grim Reaper | Clear Stamp Set
Studio Katia Kobi the Grim Reaper | Coordinating Dies
Studio Katia  Dotted Patterns - Fancy Square | Creative Dies
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Spectrum Noir Markers
Distress Oxides -  Faded Jeans, Seedless Preserves, Worn Lipstick, Wild Honey, Iced Spruce, Black Soot
Color Copy 300 gsm white cardstock 
Neenah Solar White 100 lb cardstock
Core'dinations Smooth Black cardstock
Uhu white glue


Migdalia said...

SPOOKY cute & fun! Love it!!
Have a wonderful day,
Crafting with Creative M

Marjorie DUMONTlER said...

That's such a great Halloween card !