Monday, September 9, 2019

Trick or Treat Light Up Card | With EZ Lights

Hey guys! I'm back today sharing a light up card! I couldn't wait to light up the three pumpkins in the Trick or Treat set, using the new to the store EZ Lights

 
 I started by stamping the two larger pumpkins with Raven Detail ink onto a Neenah Solar White 80lb panel. On a second piece of card stock I stamped the witch image, and the third smaller pumpkin. All of those were done on white so that I could color them with Copic markers. The tombstone I stamped on a piece of Sidewalk cardstock. 


I colored the pumpkins using R05, Y35 and Y38 and Y02 for the moon. I took a G46 marker and colored in the surrounding area around the pumpkins and created my hillside border. Then I used the Grass and Cloud stencil with Twisted Citron and Black Soot. Also using Black Soot all the way around the panel to darken the edges.


To pop up my panel I used some foam tape and adhered the EZ-light swtich to the bottom left of a card base. Measuring to make sure that it would not block the foam tape or stick out. Then I figured out my lights, adding washi tape to hold down the wires. I also punched a hole for one of the lights to poke out that way I could adhere the littlest pumpkin over the top. After attaching the tombstone and adhering my scene panel over the top of the card base with the power pack, I wrote (as nicely as I could 😏) with a black paint pen "Push if you dare", a perfect touch to my creepy little light up scene.
 
I'm hoping to have a video out soon using these EZ-lights and some more Brutus Monroe products, but for now... 

Thank you so much for joining me today! 
Jessica ❤







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