I don't know if I will be making any cards today to participate in World Cardmaking Day, but I thought I'd share a Halloween card that I made a little while ago.
I opened a box of goodies from Northridge Publishing this summer for being published in Scrapbook Trends magazine. When I saw the mini Maya Road chipboard trees and I immediately envisioned one on a Halloween card or layout, covered in Tim Holtz crackle paint. This is the card I ended up making.
The patterned paper is from Memory Box. The "BOO!" and the bat were both cut from my Slice. I used black Coredinations paper with an orange core and sanded just a bit of the black away. I inked the edges of the card and I also inked the entire tree in black before applying the crackle paint so that the black would show through the cracks when it dried.
Happy World Cardmaking Day, everyone!