Wednesday, September 27, 2023

Wednesday's Novel, Inspired by Netflix Wednesday Series, Mixed Media Card with Lawn Fawn Stamps

 This one is near and dear to my heart. Maybe, I'll share the background to that as I create a few more Wednesday Addams inspired cards. I did dig out the old Cricut and went back to the use what you have on hand mentality that I personally need to do more of.

Watch It Come Together Here!

I'm a sucker for new things, and new things that make my life easier....but I have old things that work just fine. So as I reconsider my poor life choices (spending way too much on craft supplies mainly) and why I should exercise and not eat the sugar, I'll start by using what I have on hand for this one.

I was so pleased with the background panel on this one. I might even have made a second one. Watch for more to come in this card series, I have so many ideas!

Products used: (I'll try my best here, but if I missed something please comment and I will figure it out for you.) Cricut Expression CTMH Artiste Cricut Cartridge Black Cardstock Transparency Alcohol Ink (I will post the picture of all inks used on my coordinating blog post.) Distress Oxide Inks (see above) Blending brushes Trinity Stamps Stencils- Good Morning Sunshine, 6x9 Slimline stripes Lawn Fawn- Corner Rainbow Stencils LF UR Just my Type (typewritter) LF Bicycle Build for You (girl with partial mask on hair) LF Wickedly Purrfect (Books, potion bottle, gem, stool) LF Smore the Merrier (guitar and partial stampin of the marshmallow stick) CTMH Typewriter Greetings (?- I'm guessing, I can't locate it in my mess of a desk) Ink Road Stamps- Wednesday (inside sentiment) LF Stitched Rectangle stack (large) Spellbinders Circle Stack Ohuhu Blending Cardstock- for background Xpress It Cardstock with Lawn Fawn Jet Black Ink Ohuhu fine nib Markers Masking paper (mint tape, Avery Removable Adhesive sheets) Rubbing Alcohol Score Tape Glitter Art Glue Ranger Glossy Accents White Gel Pen Brother Scan n Cut Thanks for watching and Keep getting Inky, Jaime

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