The Witch is in!

Posted on September 20, 2017 in LO MAS RECIENTE, So Suzy Stamps, Tarjetas, Tecnicas, Tutoriales

Hello everyone, the Witch is in!! I made a Halloween card using a fabulous stamp from Crackerbox Palace that is available in our So Suzy Store. The name of the stamp is Witch is in and I created a complete scenery just for it. Take a look at my card:

The Witch is in!

This is a single layer card and I decided to experiment something with a die cut that I have. I don’t know if you read or follow the instructions for every product but I always read in some brand die cuts that they can be used as stencils. Normally I cut a piece of paper with the die cut and use the paper as stencil, but why not use the real or metal die cut as stencil too? Well, this is exactly what I did on this card.

I selected a web die cut and two different colors or violet ink. First I put the rise up side of the die cut up over the paper and then I applied Wisteria Wonder classic ink with a sponge. Then I combined the color using Seedless Preserves Distress Ink. I sponged all the free areas inside the die cut and around it.

The Witch is in!

After the sponged work, I stamped the Witch is in sentiment on the bottom part using Memento Grape Jelly Ink and die cut a Witch using Basic Black card stock.

The Witch is in!

I pasted the black Witch over the web with dimensionals and made some dots around using Yellow Novu Crystal Drops. As a final touch I added a white and black border on the left side of the card.

The Witch is in!

This is an easy Halloween card that you can use as invitation for a Halloween party and produce in line very easily using the MISTI. The sponging process is quick and easy and you can use your die cuts not only to cut card stock or vinyl.

I hope my project inspires you and come back soon for more tips and ideas!

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