This witch’s kitchen card is fun to make, and who wouldn’t be delighted to receive this cute pop up card?

This year I’ve started making a lot of pop up cards using purchased cut files and my Silhouette Cameo machine. You might remember this vintage typewriter pop up card I made with metallic vinyl to give it a cool sheen. Since we’re creeping closer to fall I decided to make a Halloween card this time.

witch's kitchen card

I used most of the original cut file from Furrow and Feather for the card, but I omitted the background shelf and drawers, as well as some of the smaller details in the front of the card. I wanted this to be really three dimensional, with lots of texture and depth, so I changed it up a little bit.

Witch’s Kitchen Card Supplies

tim holtz stamps

After I cut the files out, I used a damask stamp to create the pattern on the back wall. After I stamped the pattern I used distress embossing powder and my heat embossing tool to set it.

I used embossing ink on the cat and the cauldron to add more distress embossing powder and give those two elements texture.

tim holtz distress ink

I stamped the book and a rectangle of cardstock to make the sign for the witch’s apothecary. All the smaller items were inked, distressed, and grunged up before assembling the card.

witch's kitchen card tutorial

To finish off the card I glued some Poly-Fil Fiber Fill to the back of the pot to make the steam that the cat is playing with. I glued a bit of moss on the front, and added two shrink plastic mason jars that have other witchy ingredients in them.

Have fun crafting & creating spooky 3-D cards for Halloween! I’m entering this card in the Stamped with Love Challenge at The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog.



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