Hey there, I am so excited to join all of the lovely and talented crafters for a fun Halloween Video Hop organized by Crafter’s Video Collaborations Group.
Hop along with us as we inspire you with an array of Halloween projects for the upcoming season. Some channels along the way are offering a giveaway for the hoppers. On my channel, there is a giveaway so hop on to the video for all of the details.
To create my cutesy Halloween card, I used Spooks and Spells Stamp, Foolish Mortals Word Die, and I even brought in an older release stamp from Whimsy Stamps.
I began by placing a mask for the glowing moon at the top of my panel and ink blending with Distress Oxide inks in Victorian Velvet, Seedless Preserve, and Chipped Sapphire.
Next, I created some water spatters followed by black and white spatters using diluted acrylic paint. I removed the mask right away so that the ink on the mask does not seep into the cardstock below, and left the panel to completely dry.
While the background was drying, I stamped all of the images with Memento Tuxedo ink onto a piece of Neenah Solar White 80lb cardstock and colored them in with Copic markers.
Copic Markers Combination
Bat: N9, N7, N5, N3, B000, B0000, R22, R30
Moon: C1, C0, C00, Blender
I created the background by stamping the spooky scene from the Halloween Scream Clear Stamp set onto the ink blended background and began arranging the rest of my elements.
For the word die, I used black cardstock to die cut several pieces and then stacked them together to create a dimensional sentiment and added it to my card. I adhered the bat with foam adhesive across the moon and finished my card by attaching it to a piece of black cardstock onto a white card base.
Follow the link to my channel and see how I created this card and while you are there check out the details for entering my giveaway.
Good luck with your entry and as always thank you so much for stopping by, until next time….sprinkle a little creativity on your day!
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