Card Making, Copic markers, Crafts, Halloween, Homemade, Lawn Fawn, Reveal Wheel

Reveal Wheel Pumpkin Faces

This card took so many steps to make but I think it’s perfect for my young niece and nephews. It feels nice and hefty because it technically has 8 layers to it: the patterned paper background, the black matting piece, the Reveal Wheel backing piece and then the front piece, the little trees, the black grass, the green hillside, and then the fence in front. Lots to it!

I just think it’s so fun how you can change the Jack-o-lantern’s face by spinning the wheel! The Reveal Wheel is definitely in the running for my favorite interactive die for sure.

Copic markers used:

Moon
Y02, Y08

Graves and cat
C1, N2, N4

Broom
E37, Y17, YR04

Treat bag
YR04

Ghost
N2, 0

Hat
YR04, V04, 100, N4

Materials used:

  • Lawn Fawn Large Stitched Rectangles
  • Patterned paper from Miss Kate’s Cuttables
  • Black Licorice cardstock from Lawn Fawn
  • Lawn Fawn Reveal Wheel
  • Wilted Violet and Chipped Sapphire distress oxide inks
  • Starry Sky Stencil from Lawn Fawn
  • Stickles glitter gel in Moon Dust
  • Mini brad
  • Lawn Fawn Spooktacular
  • Lawn Fawn Booyah (for the broom)
  • Lawn Fawn Pick of the Patch with Reveal Wheel add on
  • Lawn Fawn Spooky Fence Border
  • Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Backstop: Landscape (for the trees)
  • Narwhal cardstock from Lawn Fawn
  • Lawn Fawn Simple Stitched Hillside Borders
  • Cilantro cardstock from Lawn Fawn
  • Jalapeno ink from Lawn Fawn
  • Spiced Marmalade distress oxide ink
  • Lawn Fawn Grassy Hillside Borders
  • Gina K Fine Detail White embossing powder

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