For my card, I selected the Arch Window card in orange Bazzill Textured card stock and the Velvet Paper Witch on Broom die cut. I started by adhering a layer of acetate on the inside of the window (which makes it hard to get a good photo....), then I placed the moon and witch where I wanted them and adhered them to the shimmery blue paper background. The background was cut a little larger than the acetate sheet and adhered behind it. The moon is a 1 1/2" circle cut from Papertrey Ink Gold card stock. For the sky background, I used a sheet of Slate Blue Millennium Paper from Japan from Marco's Paper (sorry, I can't find it on their site, so they may not carry it anymore).
For my sentiment, I used a stamp from Northwoods Rubber Stamps, but only stamped the first line of it for the card front. I cut that out using a Spellbinder's Double Ended tag die, and airbrushed the background of it using a pale yellow Copic marker. The black pearls are from Kaisercraft.
For the inside of the card, I stamped the second line of the sentiment and cut it out using a Stampin' Up! word window punch, then layered that on a piece of the Millennium Paper that was cut out using the Modern Label punch from SU!. I stamped the second sentiment, from Repeat Impressions, directly on the card liner.
To add a bit of shimmer, I went over the sentiment on the front and the 'Ride it!' on the inside with a Pitch Black Copic Spica pen.
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