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Holiday Blizzard 2012: Halloween Brick Wall Card

Halloween Brick Wall

By Nancy Thaut, Artistic Guide

Finished Card Size: 4.25” x 5.5”


Mini Halloween Assortment [Inkadinkado]
Creepy Lane [Inkadinkado]
Orange Paper from Fall Glitter Matstack [DCWV]
Scraps of black & white paper from stash
Black [Memories]
Tim Holtz Embossing Brick Wall [Sizzix]
Snow Cap Acrylic Paint Dabber [Adirondack]
Souffle, Gelly Roll Glaze, Gelly Roll Med pens [Sakura]
Grey Tombow pen [ABT]
Yellow copic pens [.Too]
Bat [by-the-yard ribbon Unknown]
Cat sticker from stash
Pop Dots [Dollar Store]


  1. [Halloween1]   Halloween cards aren’t something I usually do, but I wanted to share my idea of a brick wall using a white dabber.  This technique could also be used for a snow wall and so many other things.  Love to see how you’d use it.
  2. Cut a black piece of cardstock 3.75” x 5” and run through the Cuttlebug.  Taking the white paint dabber, pounce and spread across the black paper until you get the desired look.  Stamp light post, window and corner ghost with black ink and cut out.  Color window items with   colored pens, when dry, color background with light grey pen.  After cutting out the street lamp, put grey around the base and two shades of yellow where the bulb would be.  Also color over the corner design with the grey pen. 
  3. Glue orange paper to cardstock.  Attach corner, light post, window and bat with pop dots.  Put cat sticker in lower left hand corner of  wall.
Don't forget to sign your card, and have fun making it!

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6 Responses »

  1. This is awesome! I bet it would make a wonderful fireplace too! TFS!!

  2. Thank you. It was a fun card to make.

  3. very cool card. never would have thought of using the brick embossing this way.

  4. cute card

  5. Lovely card. I like the effect of the brick wall!

  6. WOW--a fantastic job if I do say so---love all the images and the 3 D effect it has!