I didn't have that but I did have some fantastic bat dies from the new Bat Crazy set. I figured out that if I used the inside of the bat wings that I could make some crazy looking clouds with them. The two different types of bat wings make two different styles of clouds.
I attached the shorter piece of cloud paper at the fold where the longer piece that had been scored.Then I had to cut the bottom part of the split, so I used the longer bat wing to make some abstract looking hills.
Once I got them cut, I adhered them together and then did some messy sewing across the bottom
You have to attach the splits together, so to start, you have to put the scored piece on the top split behind the inside of the card.
Since you are going to be seeing the inside of the card through the split, I tried to make it look like the night sky. It is black smooth cardstock that has been sprayed with several colors of Distress Oxide Sprays in Peacock Feathers and Wilted Violet, with a little bit of Picket Fence Distress Spray Stain thrown in.
Lay the bottom split even with the bottom of the card, hold it in place with something, and then use the pieces of the ghost town to attach them together.
Thank you Jennifer for always sharing your creative genius! I loved this card idea so much that I made several split cards with the dies from this release.
Thanks to my readers for making it this far. I hope you give this split card design a try. It's fun and a little addicting once you get the basic design format mastered.
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