Happy Saturday to you! Hope your LONG weekend is off to a great start! Not too much going on around here, just enjoying our last few days together! Can't believe we start school on Tuesday! (UGH....lunches:)
I LOVE the Stampin' Up! vinyl. Not only is it EASY to use and looks great, but it matches the stamps which just is the icing on the cake! The only let down to vinyl is how quickly you're finished a project! It's one of those moments sometimes you want to take a while and you're done in seconds thinking, hmmmmm, did I just do something? Anyhow, that's really not a complaint just an observation.
This frame uses the Cast-a-spell DSP, the Halloween rub ons and the Spooky Brocade Small vinyl (in black). A few dimensionals, a few brads and you have yourself a finished 8 x 10 project to put in any frame you have!
I actually cut the bat out of the vinyl and adhered it to Perfect Plum cardstock. Then I cut around it and mounted it on Old Olive Cardstock. Then this is put in the middle of the vinyl using Dimensionals. So, like rub ons, you can use bits and pieces of the vinyl in different ways! The greeting is a rub on and is done on Old Olive cardstock, punched with the Wide Oval, sponged and popped up. The swirls coming out the sides are rub ons.
I distressed the edges of the Basic Black cardstock and the green DSP with my fingernails (although the distressing tool would have worked great!) Then I used three little brads from the SU Vintage brad package. Hope you like the creation! Have a great day and enjoy the video: