10 Card Ideas for Catherine Pooler’s “Kind of Batty” Release

Hello Friends,

I’m back again with more Catherine Pooler card projects. In my previous blog post I explained how I fell in love with Catherine Pooler inks and shared some special properties of her inks. If you missed that post and are interested to take a look, here is the link: 10 Cards – Catherine Pooler Inks & Tropically Yours SOA Box

In today’s post I’m sharing some cards I made with her new release. If you want to take a look at her newest release, you can do so here: (affiliated link) Kind of Batty

I don’t need many Halloween cards because I don’t have kids and most of the children of my friends are still too young to understand Halloween, but I loved how cute the Halloween stamps were, so I decided to purchase them and have some fun making Halloween cards.

So let’s jump right into what I created with some of my new goodies because I have a lot to share. Most of the cards are very easy but in certain cards I did use masking, distress inks and the wreath builder stencil. I will add these details to the description of those pictures, so you know how each card was made.  You are also welcome to send me a message if you have questions or would like to get additional details.  Enjoy.

These are probably some of my favorite cards from the set. These were made with the “Everything but the Broom Stamp Set”.
After stamping the spider webs in the corners, I took a copic fine liner (0.1mm) and drew lines between the webs to connect them. Copic markers used were YG67, YG17, YG03 and V17, V15, V04 and V12.
This card was made the same way as the description from the previous card. After finishing it, I added it onto a green card base.
See the first card for the description on how this card was made.
These cards were super easy and quick to make. These were made with the Spooky Hollow Stamp Set.

 

I wanted to give this card a ‘foggy’ type of feel, so I took the lightest gray ink and stamped the scene. Then I stamped the sentiment with a crisp back ink and then stamped the cat onto of the word “HAPPY”.

 

 

These cards were made just like the last set of cards.

This is a very basic card. I stamped out the scene and colored it. Here are the copic colors I used: YG67, YG17, YG03, E44, E43, E40, C00, C2, C3, C5, C7)

 

This card I made with the wreath builder stencil. I aligned the spider web , spiders, candy corn, eyes and numbers and then rotated the card stock on the wreath builder.

 

Here is another card I made with the wreath builder stencil.

 

For this card, I stamped the spider web background stamp with VersaMark. Then I used a glitter embossing powder (Ranger Holographic Embossing Powder). After completing the embossing, i used the “Who’s there” die cutting plate. I decided not to add a sentiment for now.

 

This card was made with a similar process except that I stamped the spider web on vellum and then put the vellum in front of the black card stock.
For these cards, I had to do a little bit of masking. I cut out a circle from masking paper and adhered where i wanted the moon to be. Then I used Distress Inks to blend the dark blue background with Faded Jeans, Wilted Violet and Chipped Sapphire.
After finishing the background, I colored the moon and stamped the fence, tree, cat, and bird. Then I added the house and the grave yard with foam squares.
This card is made the same way as the ones above, but here I added a fence that can be opened.

 

These were stamped with the “Hello Autumn” Stamp set, which I love love love. These leaves are so lovely.

I will post a few more cards with the Hello Autumn stamp set as soon as I have some time to take pictures and upload them.

I hope you enjoyed the cards I had to share with you today. I will post a list of items I used below. Thanks for stopping by and spending some time on my blog.

 

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