Thursday, October 4, 2018

Witch Moon Card

Hello Ladies,
I just love silhouettes and this witch is simply perfect. A mildly creepy moonlit night background was just what the sexy silhouette witch needed. I hope you try your hand at masking your own moonlit sky and don't forget to share it on our Fan Page.

Other Supplies:
black ink pad
clear mounting block
patterned paper
chalk
blue ink
ink blending tool
2.5" circle punch
white dome gem
pumpkin embellishment
ribbon

Directions:

1.  Stamp the bare tree image twice onto white cardstock with black ink.



2.  Stamp the witch silhouette onto the middle using black ink.

3. Place a 2.5" circle over the top of the witch to mask the area.  Then carefully use an ink applicator tool to blend blue ink to create the sky.  Remove the mask to reveal the moon in the night sky.


4.  Apply yellow chalk to the circular void created by the mask. Shade the moon darker along the edges to create a spherical appearance.

5.  Mount the stamped background with a narrow edge of patterned paper. Tie a faux bow with copper ribbon and attach it around the left edge.

6.  Attach the stamped image to a blue card base. Add a pumpkin embellishment semi-overlapping the lower right corner. Finally, adhere a large white dome gem to the witch's hand.

A Closer Look:
 

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3 comments:

  1. Karen, I love your imagination and the stunning cards you make! This one is no exception, love your witch!
    Thanks!!
    Kim

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  2. This is a really effective looking card - love how you have used the stamps!

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