Thinking outside of the box, I tweaked the image of the girl to make her into a witch. This is easy enough to do by omitting the top of the hat and the bottom of her dress. After stamping her onto the cardstock it was just a matter of lightly drawing in the witch hat and the sleeves and bottom of the dress. Once I masked off the moon and Basic Gray was sponged over the rest of the Whisper White cardstock it was time to add the other stamped images from Wonderfully Wicked. When it came time to color her outfit in I used a blender pen and my Basic Black maker. Time for me to invest in Basic Black Blends
Tip, if you are omitting from an image, it’s easier to use a marker rather than a stamp pad. Just remember to huff on the stamp before stamp.
Get Inky with Me
Halloween is just around the corner, Funny thing about Halloween is that people either totally get into it, costumes, decorations the whole nine yards. Then there are those who would rather hide in there basements and forget the whole thing. Which or should I say WITCH way to you celebrate? Either way, most of us love the candy.
Halloween isn’t traditionally a big card sending time of year .As a rule I make a few, then use my stash of supplies to make little treat bags and decor pieces. Nevertheless, I can’t help myself, I have to make a few and here is one I came up with.
Starting with a base of yummy Pumpkin Pie cardstock, I then cut a piece of Monster Bash Designer Series Paper at 6 x 5.25 scoring and folding in 2″. This allows two sides of the paper to show, you really don’t need to add much more to your card then because the paper does most of the work. Before I adhered the paper, I tied a bit of black twine around it. Stamped the spider in versamark on white cardstock and embossed it with black embossing powder. Adding a spider web and then the Happy Halloween, I cut out the oval with my big shot. A little sponging around the edges a few dimensionals and it was done.
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Get Inky with me,
Boo to you, these little monsters are just too cute to be wicked don’t you think. I just had to have these little guys for my Halloween cards and treats this year. They are all super easy to color and I just fussy cute this little guy out and worked him into the wicked die cute. Angle cut the sentiment and it was done. I did cut wicked out a few times and layered them together to give the word more dimension. The Monster Bash DSP is really fun and I can’t wait to share a bit more of it with you.
Let me know what you think. Is he scary or would you let this monster live in your closet?