Spellbinder’s Dancin’ Girl Day of the Dead
Updated: Aug 16
Hello, fellow crafters! I absolutely adore Spellbinder’s Dancin' Girl Day of the Dead! This fun die set produces an easily created, interactive element. So who wouldn't want to receive this colourful, sweet card?!
A piece of patterned paper from Make It Merry 6 by 6;Paper Pad was used for the background. When I was making Christmas tags with the Make I Merry Card And Tag Kit, I set this paper aside. I thought it would be good compliment to this Dancin' Girl Day of the Dead!
The patterned paper was trimmed to 4" by 5 1/4" and adhered to a top folding, black card base.
Coloured card stock was used to cut the elements to create Dancin' Girl. I worked with a simple palette of red, mint green and an amber yellow.
The girl was easily assembled. The etched lines on the die cuts make it easy to determine where the die cut layers are to be added. The body is not attached to the head as it will be interactive.
The girl was lined up on the card front. The top of the girl's dress has a ring. An adhesive foam circle was placed in the ring and the skull attached to the foam. The dancin' element is now attached to the card! Easy as that!
Glimmer Alphabet, gold foiled on red card stock, was used to create the sentiment 'gracias'. The sentiment was adhered to the bottom of the card.
Die cut flowers and leaves were used to highlight the sentiment and adorn the girl's hair.
The card was embellished with gold sparkle, flat confetti.
DANCIN' GIRL IN ACTION
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