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St. Pat's Barn Door

>> Wednesday, February 28, 2018

I love barn doors and St. Pat's Day (Green is my fave color and I love anything Irish), so today I have a barn door dressed up for St. Pat's Day.

I stamped the Wood Grain Background on some Kraft paper and sponged it with Distress Ink in Vintage Photo.  I then sponged back over it with Distress Ink in Picket Fence to tone it down.  Then I used a SU! Barn Door Die to cut some hardware and a Label Die to cut out my door hanging.  I stamped the Blessings Greeting and then the new Shamrock Scroll image.  I fussy cut some shamrocks from the Swirl Image and glittered them up.

When I bought this barn door die, one of the first ideas I had was to include zombies.  I have only watched a few Walking Dead episodes but one I watched was a show with a bunch of zombies locked in a barn.  It was pretty scary when they opened that door!  So I thought I would make a barn door card with one of the DRS Designs' Zombie characters.  This one is Zombie Guy.  I also used the Spooky Eyes Background and the Drop in for a Spell Greeting

Hope your week is going well!




Robin Clendenning said...

Cute barn doors I love the hardware!
Love the spooky zombie one with the door partly open!!! Yikes!

Karin said...

Oh, that door is the BEST! I love the plaque you created for the first...Those dimensional shamrocks are so cool and the zombie peeking out of the second one is awesome! Love that green arm..,lol!

Shelia said...

Those barn doors are awesome! Love the hardware. Super cards, Nancy. Love the glittery shamrocks on the first one & your zombie one is so spooky!

Sue said...

How awesome are those barn doors??? My friend has one in her basement and it's always been a favorite of mine! Great job jazzing it up for St. Pat's day and making it super scary!!!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

These door are fab, Nancy! They look so real! I love the iron work-like details.The sparkle on the Irish door is so pretty & your spooky door is really terrific.

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