Hello Honey Bee friends! Today I’m sharing my first Halloween card of the season! I created a shiny and glittery black Halloween Grapevine Wreath for my cute, not spooky, card! I hope you’re not tired of my saying how I love that Honey Bee’s products work together, whether new release, or not!!
First I created my card base by using the three largest Sweet Stacks: Rectangles Honey Cuts to cut a purple layer, a black mirror card stock layer, and the top patterned paper layer from the Funfetti Birthday paper pad. I adhered all the layers together with Bee Creative glue and then adhered them to a top folding A2 card base.
Next I die cut the Grapevine Wreath twice, once from some black glitter card stock, and another from black mirror card stock. I glued these together and then adhered them to my card. I die cut the bow from this set from black mirror card stock and purple glitter paper. Then I adhered them together with Bee Creative glue and glued them to the wreath.
I die cut the sentiment from the Boo Honey Cuts. I due cut the layers from vellum, black mirror card stock, and purple glitter paper. I adhered them together with Bee Creative glue and set a think stamp block on it to weight it down while it dried.
Then I die cut the large ghost found in The Name’s Jack Honey Cuts. I stamped the face from The Name’s Jack stamp set with Intense Black ink and added Glossy Accents to it and let it dry.
I die cut the small ghosts and the bats found in the Haunted House Add On Honey Cuts. The bats are black glitter card stock. I glued a small scrap of black mirror card stock behind the ghosts’ eyes and mouths. To finish up, I adhered the sentiment, ghosts and bats to the card with glue and a few foam squares.
As if I didn’t have enough sparkle (haha!) I added some bling to the wreath with some coordinating gems from the Playful Pastel Gem Stickers set!
This card was so fun to make and I am 100% certain I’ll be using the Grapevine Wreath on many cards for every season! Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful, crafty week!