A Bride and Frankenstein

Greetings! It’s not an ordinary-kind-of-day card, it’s Frankenstein and Corpse bride celebrating their wedding anniversary. This is a mix of many fabulous Poppystamps dies, paper and embellishments.

Please keep reading for directions on how I made this card…if you dare!

1. Die cut the “Whittle Witch” and the “Whittle Creatures” die sets onto watercolor paper or heavy cardstock. Additionally you can die cut an extra forehead for Frankenstein if you want it to stick out!

2. Die cut Frankenstein’s clothes and hair with black, shiny metallic paper from the “Rainbow Reflections Mirror Pad”. Then die cut the Corpse Bride’s dress and shoes with glitter paper from the “Delicate Pastel Glitter Pad”.
3. Color the faces and foreheads of both figures and don’t forget the legs and bangs of the bride. I used markers but watercolor would work just as well.
4. Cut sections from a pale blue organza ribbon for the Corpse Bride’s dress and veil. Witchy tip: cut the dress’ ribbon a little longer to leave room for glue.
5. Cut two shades of pale blue embroidery thread for the Corpse Bride’s hair.

6. Hot foil and die cut the “Best Wishes” sentiment from “Modest Greetings 1” in gold and frame it with a slightly larger piece of cardstock.
7. Die cut the smaller piece of the two “Layer Cake Drip Icing” die set with glitter paper and the spiderweb from “Halloween Assemblage” in cardstock.
8. Cut a rectangle piece of gray cardstock from the Earth Neutral Collection slightly smaller than an A2 card and adhere to a white base.
9. Glue the figures and the coordinating pieces down.
10. Place a “Fairy Jewel” on the sentiment piece to finish the card.

This card was enchanting to craft. It will be perfect for the couple who welcomes a Halloween or Fall themed wedding. I love that it is clean and simple, yet silly and fun. Thank you for visiting and now I am off to another festivity!

Check out Poppystamps.com for all the supplies I used. I am also on Instagram and TikTok @cardartbyrachel with short videos of how I made this card and many others.

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