Tuesday Tutorial with Britten: Halloween Card 112

Hey everyone!  It’s Britten here filling in for Megan today with a fun and simple Tuesday Tutorial.

I put together an easy Halloween card using just one sheet of Paper Layerz by Megan Elizabeth. But this time, instead of cutting one image with multiple layers, I decided to use my sheet of Paper Layerz to cut several, one-layer images that all coordinate perfectly and make this card come together super quick.  Make sense?  Watch the video to see just what I mean and then be sure to leave me a comment to let me know what you think!  And don’t forget, Paper Layerz is now availabe in the Above Rubies Studio store.

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There are only a few more days left in September and although I’m sad to see this month end, I am SO excited to share what I’ve made with the Club Ruby Designer’s October kit.  As usual, Megan has out-done herself with packing it full of awesome scrap goodness!  Even more exciting is that some of the products that we hand-picked at CHA back in July ARE IN THIS KIT!!  I’ll be posting a video soon that will show you exactly what’s in there and be sure to check out ClubRubyDesigners.com starting October 1 to see all the projects by the amazing Club Ruby Design Team.

Now…go scrap something!!



Here’s the dimensions for the cuts  in case you want to try this card yourself using the Gypsy.  If you don’t have a Gypsy, just round down to the next available size on the Cricut dial.

Tree 3.54W x 3.67H

Moon 3.18W x 5.94H

Fence 3.21W x 1.22H

Font  1W x 1.48H

Here’s the link to my blog where I posted the tutorial for the witch card that I showed briefly during the video.  (The witch cut is from the Wrap It Up cartridge.)


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