Next I blended Seedless Preserves, Chipped Sapphire, and Black Soot distress ink onto a piece of watercolor paper to create my spooky night sky. I also blended the same inks onto a scrap piece of watercolor paper to go behind my interactive slider. I die cut the slider element from the background and several of the stitched hills with dark grey and black cardstock. I stamped my sentiment onto one of the hills and heat-embossed it with white embossing powder.
Then it was time to assemble my card! I attached one of the ghosts to the sliding element and then mounted the background onto my card base with a layer of foam mounting tape so the ghost could slide easily. I adhered my hills to the background and then added the house with foam mounting tape. I adhered the gravestones and ghosts using a mixture of foam mounting tape and regular adhesive for a change in dimension. I also flipped one of my vellum ghosts over so that he would be going in the opposite direction.
And that's my not too spooky Halloween card! :) Thanks so much for stopping by and have a wonderful week!