Happy Wednesday crafty friends that means it's time for a new Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!
This week Simon Says: Halloween/Spooky! The design team is featuring Echo Park products, it isn't a requirement to use them but if you have them we would love to see them!
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I used a mix of fun Halloween products for my card - the fantastic sentiment "Haunted Halloween Word Die Set" and stencil "Spider Cobwebs" are by Echo Park. I started by priming my stencil with Versamark ink, I then added two sided tape to my base panel and place the stencil on top.
I then spread my purple glitter to the taped panel and burnished it in with my bone folder. I removed my stencil (the Versamark makes this so easy) leaving an area to spread my black glitter and then I burnished the entire panel. I love the effect it gives and by burnishing the glitter it stays glued super well.
I pulled out some older Lawn Fawn Halloween sets colored in my haunted house, pumpkin and ghost with Copics. I die cut the Lawn Fawn fence die from their last release and added some glitter embossing to the dark grey cardstock.
I then die cut my Echo Park Spooky Halloween sentiment and used it as a guide to place my elements on the card panel. Once that was all glued, I adhered the sentiment. I finished off by adding some white gel pen detail to my images!
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LOVE your idea of using glitter with a stencil, Kim - pinning this!ReplyDelete
LOVE this Kim!! I have just been reading how you did the background and I am definitely going to give this a go! This would make a great tutorial if you felt like making one when you do this technique again! The whole design of this is stunning and I am sure it looke evern more spooktacular in real life :-)ReplyDelete
Hope you have a great week!
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Oh my ! How cute is this, Kim! Love every detail on this card including the web, fence, ghost, and glitters! Awesome!ReplyDelete
How GORGEOUS, Kim! I LOVE how you made the whole background sparkly and the sentiment too-- it really POPS!ReplyDelete
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Absolutely amazing! Your background is off the charts great and the house is colored beautifully, Kim! So inspiring. xx AnkitaReplyDelete