The spider and web were also cut from the CTMH/Cricut Artfully Sent cartridge. I cut off the spider's silk and used a piece of metallic neutrals baker's twine to "hang" it. (The spider is attached to the knot with a glue dot so the spider will actually swing.) The black shimmer trim adds a bit of bling to this fairly plain card front. I didn't want to overpower the inside!
Now here's a tutorial for how I created the "sunset." I sponged inks in the following order using one of our round sponges that I cut into quarters. (I only used one quarter for the entire card.)
Inks used for "sunset" (bottom to top): Canary, Honey, Sunset, Thistle, Gypsy, Outdoor Denim, and Black. Begin with Canary at the base of the top half of the card.
Thanks for letting me share! I hope you have a SPOOK-tacular Halloween! Be sure to check out all of the H2H DT's Midnight projects, and join any of our October challenges by 10/31!
Embellishments: neutral metallic baker's twine, black epoxy bubbles, black shimmer trim