Sugar Skull Card for Festive Friday

Are you on the search for a bright Sugar Skull card that is fun to color?  I have the step-by-step instructions for you.  It’s time to celebrate at Festive Friday!Your goal is to use three or more items from the inspiration list on your project. I selected sugar skulls, black, bright colors, sparkle, and flowers from the Inspo List in creating today’s card.  I hope you will join us in our challenge this week. I can’t wait to see what YOU create!

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Sugar Skulls are beautiful.  I find the stories and traditions behind them intriguing.  When I first saw the Inspo List for this challenge, I knew I wanted to use a Sugar Skull image on my card. Thank goodness there are digital images available for purchase online!

Sugar Skull cardI printed the skull image, which I purchased from an Etsy shop,  onto Whisper White cardstock and colored it with Stampin’ Blends. For my image I used Dark Real Red (rose), Dark Call Me Clover (leaves), Light Pumpkin Pie (scrollwork), Dark Pineapple Punch (marigolds, center of flower, diamond), Dark Highland Heather (flowers in cheek), Light Bermuda Bay, Light Night of Navy.  It was a breeze to snip it out. I accented it with rhinestones. Silver Glimmer Paper also adds sparkle!

Sugar Skull cardThe heat embossed frame around the skull sets it off, don’t you think?  It’s from the Swirly Frames stamp set.

Download the tutorial!  If you would like a printable copy of the details on how to create this sugar skull card, including the paper   just click on the tutorial button below to print off the instructions.   For more step-by-step tutorials, please visit my 2019 PDF Tutorial Gallery!

gift card holderDon’t forget to visit The Festive Friday team members for more inspiration.

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3 Comments

  1. Love your card, Ann! Such a beautiful mix of color and sparkle.

  2. Ann – I love this card! Great coloring and inspiration..

  3. This is sooooo awesome, Ann. My daughter has a sugar skull tatoo and it is beautiful. I had never heard about Day of the Dead until last year. Question: what kind of printer do you have that will print on card stock? When I try, mine jams…very frustrating. I want to make one of these for my baby girl.

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