Good morning everyone, Halloween is in the air, and for today’s post I have two cards to share with you featuring the newly released Day of the Dead Frame Rubber Stamp.
For the first card, I created an alcohol ink background using Amethyst, Raspberry, and Eggplant alcohol inks by Ranger Ink.
I added all three of the inks onto a mini applicator felt pad and added a blending solution then pounced the ink back and forth around my panel until it created the marble texture look.
The background was so stunning as it was, that I stamped the Day of the Dead Frame onto the background and white heat embossed it. Just a little tip, that if you are embossing onto Yupo paper, you want to move the heat gun constantly so that the paper does not melt.
For the second card, I created another alcohol ink background this time using an orange palette. I used Sunshine Yellow, Sunset Orange, and Butterscotch alcohol inks by Ranger. Once again, I applied the alcohol ink as before, by adding it an applicator felt pad and pounced the ink onto a piece of Yupo Paper.
Once the background was dry, I stamped the Day of the Dead Frame image using black alcohol ink then fussy cut the image with a slight border.
To finish this card, I added the alcohol ink panel with foam adhesive to an A2 sized piece of pattern paper from the new Sugar Skulls Paper Pack and then added a couple of ghosts and the large word die-cut from the Boo Die Set.
MINI RELEASE DAY
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As always, thank you so much for stopping by, until next time….sprinkle a little creativity on your day!
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