Tuesday, December 14, 2021

Christmas Sitting Witch- Masking stamps to get more use out of seasonal ...

Turning a Halloween image into a more all occasion image. I thought of this card idea while I was making my Halloween card with this Colorado Craft Company's Sitting Witch set. Using what I had on hand in my stash to create this version was fun and can easily be done with what you might have on hand. Shop your stash and use what you have. I'm planning on a Valentine version, too. Products used (I will link the few things I got on Amazon. Note: if you use those links to buy any of those things I will get a small fee from Amazon at no cost to you.) Colorado Craft Company's Sitting Witch LL565 Close to My Heart- Essential Alphabet, Clover Meadow Cardstock Rangers- fine clear embossing powder Versafine watermark ink Lawnfawn Jet Black ink, slimline cloud stencil, slimline dies Copic Markers- G28,G17,G05, E33, E35, W02,W01,W00 Ohuhu Alcohol markers- 15,11,10 https://amzn.to/3J0nTCv Trinity Stamps Clear confetti Buttons Galore Sparkling Stars- https://amzn.to/3m23uTk Glitter Art Glue https://amzn.to/31XwgxR Big Mama foam tape banner die hero arts night sky stencil Fine liner pens- https://amzn.to/3DTm2eS Distress Oxides- Chipped Sapphire, Stormy Sky Make-up brush https://amzn.to/3dUNNsE Avery Removeable Idea labels (masking paper) https://amzn.to/3EZkwJq

If you watched the YouTube video thank you for bearing with my voice over. LOL. I hope to get better and not quiet as tongue tied. That was take  62 or something. I should have kept with take 50, but whatever.  It took longer to edit and voice over than it did to make both cards. Maybe I should just stick with card making. 

Keep getting inky!- Jaime

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