Hey crafty friends! I’m on the Whimsy Stamps YouTube Channel and it’s beginning to look a lot like Halloween. Last week, the new Whimsy release went live and it featured several new Halloween themed stamps and dies. For my card today, I created an action wobble card featuring the newly released Halloweeds Stamp set.
To begin my cards, I stamped the image onto a piece of Neenah Solar White 80lb. cardstock with Memento Tuxedo ink and used my Copic Markers to color the image in, then I used my ScanNCut to cut the image out.
Copic Color Combination
Pink Skull: RV69, RV29, RV14, RV13, RV10
Eyeball: G17, G05, YG06, YG00
Jack O’Lantern: R59, YR27, YR07, YR18, YR15, Y04
Blue Skull: B06, B04, B02, B01, B000
Leaves: G29, G05, YG06, YG00
Candy Corn: YR07, YR15, Y38
Small Flower: B69, B63
Glass: C3, C1, C0, B02, B01, B000
Next, I created the spooky background for the main image by inking up a piece of Bristol Smooth cardstock using Mowed Lawn and Twisted Citron Distress Oxide ink.
I created a stencil by die cutting a piece of laminated cardstock then die cutting it with the Edger Grass Cloud die.
Using the handmade stencil, I created the clouds with Black Soot Distress Oxide ink across the entire panel.
To finish the card off, I added the Action Wobble mechanism to the image, added the sentiment and adhered the panel to a black matted card base.
I have a video on the Whimsy Stamps YouTube Channel where I share how I created the background, colored the image, and added the wobble mechanism.
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Thanks so much for stopping by, until next time…………….sprinkle a little creativity in your day!
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