This one means so much to me! Last year, Eli was a pirate for Halloween, but being that he wasn't quite two, it was the first time he was able to walk up to the door and ring the door bell or knock. It was so fun watching people's surprises when they opened the door and there was a miniature pirate! So I called this one learning how to trick or treat!
A few close ups here. First is the spider. I used the October 31st cartridge to cut it. Then to give it a little more pop, I bent the legs so it would actually stand up on the page. Added a few distressed stickles to make it crunchy and that was it! If you look closely at the orange web underneath it, it is actually printed on the paper, however I used the crackle paint in rock candy to texturize it a little.
Here you can see the tags I put at the bottom of each step saying 1, 2 and 3. I used a metal frame. Stamped the number on a piece of cardstock and fit it into the frame. Then i used Ranger's Crackle Accents and filled the frame. Once it dries it automatically has this cracked look to it. Pretty cool, huh! The little spiders webs in the corners I drew with some white acrylic paint.
Supplies: My mind's eye paper, crackle accents, metal frames, black and orange cardstock, mesh ribbon, stamps, october 31st cricut cartridge
Thank you for looking and please feel free to leave a comment! I love them!