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Hey there Peeps! It’s Ginny here dropping in to share a spooktacular Halloween project I created with Wonderfully Wicked and Tuxedo Double Dot Brads.  I’m also sharing a fun technique to customize the BoBunny Blossoms to coordinate with a fun and festive holiday card.

The Haunted Mansion Card by Ginny Nemchak using BoBunny Wonderfully Wicked
I loved how the Clover Zinnia BoBunny Blossom coordinated with the collection but why not take it up a notch and make them a little more Halloweeny?  I very carefully divided the flower into 3 sections….the top was a little pokey so I left it out…but the other two sections were a great base to add  trimmed spider webs from the patterned paper and secure them with a Double Dot Brad.  You can see that I snipped between the webbing and used my shaping tool and mat to give them some dimension.

The Haunted Mansion Card by Ginny Nemchak using BoBunny Wonderfully Wicked
I added the feathers to accent the Layered Chipboard Owl.

The Haunted Mansion Card by Ginny Nemchak using BoBunny Wonderfully Wicked
Securing the smaller bloom closer to the top helps to balance the arrangement.

The Haunted Mansion Card by Ginny Nemchak using BoBunny Wonderfully Wicked
There’s a lot of layers here…but I used solid black cardstock borders to keep the patterns from getting smashed up.

The Haunted Mansion Card by Ginny Nemchak using BoBunny Wonderfully Wicked
While I had all the patterned papers out I went ahead and finished the inside of the card as well. This card could be used as a fun addition to holiday décor sitting on a mantle or shelf.

BoBunny Supplies:

Patterned Paper: Wonderfully Wicked, Apothecary, Creepy, The Daily Curse, Magic, 6×6 Paper Pad

Chipboard: Layered Chipboard, 12×12/ Wonderfully Wicked

Noteworthy: Wonderfully Wicked

Double Dot Brads: Tuxedo

BoBunny Blossoms: Clover Zinnia

That’s all for me. Wishing all of you a happy and productive day with lots of time to be creative : ) G

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