As a crafter, I follow other crafters.  We gather inspiration and ideas from them.  We also have our faves.  Teneale Williams is an awesome Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator in Australia and I am completely in love with her style.  Her projects are simple yet detailed and classy as can be.  She is in the top few of my list of faves!

When I saw that this weeks Global Design Project was a CASE the Designer for none other than Teneale, I had to play along!  Here was the project to CASE (Copy And Share Everything):

Global Design Project [#gdp052] CASE the Designer Teneale Williams

I love her clean lines and attention to every detail.  Here is my take on the card:

Project by Jennifer Hill for Global Design Project (#GDP052): Spooky Fun Photopolymer Bundle, Halloween Night Specialty DSP; For more details, click through to my blog!

Thanks for stopping by!  Check out each tab below for more pics, all of the ingredients and some step-by-steps.

Happy Crafting!

Jennifer

 

 

Cut:

  1. Thick Whisper White cardstock to 5 ½” by 8 ½“
  2. Basic Black cardstock to 5 ¼” x 4”
  3. Bat paper, from the Halloween Night Specialty DSP, to 5 1/8” by 3 7/8”
  4. Pumpkin Pie cardstock to 4 ¼” by 2 ¾”
  5. Pumpkin Pie Glimmer Paper 1 @ ¼” by 4 ¼” and 1 @ ½” by 4 ¼”

 

Stamp and cut:

  1. Stamp bat on Basic Gray cardstock using Basic Black Archival Ink. Cut out with bat framelit.
  2. Stamp sentiment on Pumpkin Pie cardstock.
  3. Cut out one tree framelit from Basic Black cardstock and Whisper White cardstock making sure that you have a portion of the ground left that will be wider than the Pumpkin Pie cardstock. Because the framelit doesn’t cut on the bottom, make sure there is about ¼” straight line cut at the bottom.

 

Assemble:

  1. Adhere DSP to Basic Black Layer.
  2. Glue both tree pieces together, slightly layered, so that the white peeks out a little from the Basic Black tree.
  3. Adhere tree to Pumpkin Pie cardstock, trimming the ends to the width of the cardstock.
  4. Using Fast Fuse, adhere Paper Pumpkin glimmer paper to cardstock.
  5. Wrap the Paper Pumpkin layer with the Halloween Night Baker’s Twine twice, and tie in a knot.
  6. Adhere bat over knot using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  7. Adhere tree layer onto DSP layer.
  8. Adhere to card base using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  9. Smile because you are done!

Project by Jennifer Hill for Global Design Project (#GDP052): Spooky Fun Photopolymer Bundle, Halloween Night Specialty DSP; For more details, click through to my blog!

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