Haunted Mansion Slimline

WELCOME Foolish Mortals to the Haunted Mansion...I could totally live there!

I used the Slimline Scallop Peekaboo die and cut that out from black card stock, I also used the smallest die from the Slimline Birthday Scallops die to cut out the center of the peekaboo layer.

I used my paper trimmer and cut out the portion of Haunted paper that I wanted to show through the opening. It wasn't quite long enough so I used another portion of the same sheet of paper and added it at the bottom portion. You can't even tell it was pieced together at all.

I used the Spooky Large Word die and cut that out of heavy vellum

Then just cut off the web portion and tucked it in the upper left corner.

I die cut the Haunted Words from a lavender cardstock 3 times each and stacked/glued them together to give them more stability and dimension.

I also added the same lavender card stock behind the X's that cut out from the Slimline Scallop Peekaboo die. I love those little X's on this die, it's funny how such a small detail can make such a big difference. 

To complete my project, I matted onto a purple slimline card base, and popped up the Slimline Scallop Peekaboo frame with foam tape and added the Haunted Words last.

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Thanks for stopping by...see you soon,


  1. Deb, after I saw the last card you made with the inside as an option for a cardfront, I did the same and used this same ghost girl for my inside of my card! I like the eerie feeling this gives off! Such a great way to scare some folks! :)

  2. Oh cool Liz, I'm glad I inspired you decorate the inside of your Halloween card. I've always decorated the insides of my cards, and I always say "no naked envelopes" too - lol! xo


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