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This Lori Whitlock Bat Shadow Box Card was a fun card to make for my friend and my little niece. Using Print then Cut for the ghost and the bat makes it fast and easy. This card folds flat and fits in an A2 envelope.
Supplies I used:
- White 8.5″x11″ Cardstock (for Print then Cut)
- Googly Eyes
- 3D Foam Squares
- Mini Glue Dots
- Double-Sided E-Z Runner Grand Adhesive Dispenser
- Thermoweb Super Tape Double-Sided, 1/4″
I received a card a while back that came in a pretty silver envelope. I hated to throw it out, and so I put it in my scrap stash. I was able to cut two of the graveyard pieces out of it by moving my pieces on the Prepare screen. (I made two cards.) One of the pieces had a little bit of my name on it but it’s hidden once the card is assembled.
This card assembles in about five minutes.
If you make this card, be sure to watch the assembly video on Lori Whitlock’s YouTube channel:
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