Hello friends I am so excited to have been invited to be a guest designer for Whimsy Stamps 31 Days of Halloween. Defintiley my favorite time of the year. I am sharing a card I made using some super fun and creepy Whimsy stamp sets and ..distress everything 🙂
My cardstock for this project was Distress Heavystock. I first used distress spray colors salty ocean, wilted violet, rusty hinge, walnut stain and black soot. After I had dried it I went over with prize ribbon and dusty concord , sprtiz with water and dried it with my heat toold. Last part I add sprays of flickering candle and splatters of Dina Wakely white acrylic paint.
I stamped on the same fence from Attemted Murder with black archival ink.
Using distress woodgrain cardstock I inked it up using ground espress and pumice stone distress spray and dried with a heat tool. After it had dried I added some frayed burlap with a blending brush. Inked up the same fence and stamped it onto of the woodgrain using the same archival ink.
Yes I cut up each panel and using foam tape I pieced it on top the original fence I had stamped on the panel. I inked up the cemetary from the Halloween Scream and stamped it above the fence to give the illusion that it was on the otherside.
To finish off the card I used colored the branch using copic markers and popped everything up on foam tape. I wanted the Happy Halloween sentiment to look like it was bolted to the fence. For that I used the hardware set from Tim Holtz Idea-ology. I cut the panel down to fit on an A2 card base.
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