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Hello everyone! AmyR here with a Halloween-themed card using Honey Bee Stamps Little Pickup set along with a couple of the Honey Bee Honey Cuts dies and a stamp set I performed a little “surgery” on LOL!

I heat embossed the Little Pickup image as well as the pumpkin image onto Bristol Smooth card stock with some black embossing powder. Once that was melted with my heat tool I used some Distress Inks with a water brush to color it all in (a person could use the Distress Oxide inks in the same way you would just get more opaque color).

For the sentiment I die cut more Bristol Smooth card stock with one of the HB Happy Honey Cuts Dies and sponged the same distress ink colors onto it that I’d used for the truck.

I used Distress Oxide inks to create my background – sponging them on from lightest to darkest then spraying with water to create that fun splattered “distress” look. I added more splatter with some Copic Opaque white before letting it all dry then adhering all my elements to create my scene.

The Halloween word was created by cutting apart a couple of the sentiment stamps from the HB Happiness stamp set. A little “stamp surgery” if you will. That just enabled me to be able to stamp the word in one shot and heat emboss it on the black card stock. Once I was done with the letters I’d cut apart I put them all back on the backing sheet and can still use them as intended with the original stamp/phrase.

I finished off the inside of the card by stamping the Little Pickup and the pumpkins again – this time with distress inks, and that was it!

To see how this card came together check out my video below:

And for all the supplies used the links to them are at the end of this post! Thanks so much for joining me here today!


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2 responses to “Halloween Little Pickup Truck with Amy Rysavy”

  1. Marjorie Dumontier says:

    Great card ! I love the matching colors between the sentiment and the truck. That’s a nice touch.