Hi friends! It’s Jarle here. I’m so happy to be sharing my first card as a Design Team Member for Heffy Doodle. Since I LOVE creating little scenes, I will start a ‘Sweet Scenes’ series on the Heffy Doodle Blog.


First of all, I started with my trifold cardbase. I trimmed a piece of 110lb white cardstock to 4 by 8,5 inches. I scored at 4 and 8 inches. I put some double sided adhesive on that little 0.5 inch flap. Then I trimmed down another piece of 4 by 4. I put the left edge of the little piece on top of that 0.5 inch flap. This created a long 4 by 12 trifold card as my cardbase.

I stamped down my images from the Costume Critters set and the Let’s Hang Out stamp set. I used MFT extreme black ink, alcohol marker friendly paper and my Misti for this.

These are the Copic Markers I used for coloring all my images:

  • ‘Devil’ Bear: E74 – E33 – E31 – E30 / B37 – B34 – B32
  • ‘Bee’ Bear: T5 – T3 – T1 / Y17 – Y15 – Y13
  • Pumpkins: YR16 – YR14 – YR00 / G17 – G02
  • Cat: W3 – W1 – W00 / V06 – V05 – V01
  • Spider: T3 – T1
  • Blush: R30 – R00
  • Wings: BG000 – BG0000
  • Wood: E37 – E35 – E33
  • Purples: V06 – V05 – V01
  • Blues: B37 – B34 – B32

After the coloring was done, I just added some white gelpen details. I die cut every image with my Heffy Doodle Mini Diecutting Machine.

I also die cut a few images from the Elm Street dies out of black cardstock.

Then it was time for the stenciling. I trimmed 3 pieces of Bristol Smooth cardstock to 3 and 3/4 by 3 and 3/4. First I ink blended the 3 pieces with Ripe Persimmon, Black Soot and Chipped Sapphire. After that I put my Sleepy Hollow stencil on top and went over it with the Black Soot. I shifted the stencil a bit so it would be 3 different panels.


I let it dry a bit before heat embossing my sentiment on the 3rd piece. I prepped it with an antistatic powder tool, stamped my sentiment with Versamark ink and sprinkled on my white embossing powder. After heat setting it with my heat tool, I got a bright white sentiment!


I glued down the 3 panels on top of the trifold cardbase. You can see that it has this little white border around the 3 panels. I really like that look. Then I put every colored image and every die cut item on my panels with liquid glue. I didn’t put anything up with foam squares or my trifold card couldn’t close properly.


I really hope you like this inspiration. Thank you SO much for stopping by!

Love, Jarle x

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