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Broom Flight: Day 3 of 31 Days

Greetings, my Spooktacular friends! It's Day 3 of the 31 Days of Halloween. This is one of my favorite cards that I've made for the month. I've been trying to work ahead quite a bit with my posts, and I couldn't wait to share it, so here it is on Day 3. This is SO easy to do, and you can learn how with my instructions below. I used Distress Oxides to make the background, along with Sheer Shimmer Spritz, which creates a fantastic effect.
Supplies:
Stampendous:
FMS4076: Broom Flight
GX269U: Moss Green Ultra Fine Glitter

Other:
My Colors Cardstock: Plum
Imagine: On Point Glue
Ranger: Distress Oxide Inks in Spiced Marmalade, Faded Jeans, Wilted Violet & Vintage Photo, Mini Ink Blending Tools
Canson: Bristol Paper
Water Spritzer

Directions:
1. On a piece of Bristol Paper, using the Mini Ink Blending Tools, apply the 3 Distress Oxide Inks listed in a random, circular fashion. Blend the colors.

2. Spritz the stencil with water.

3. Flip the wet side of the stencil carefully down into the Oxide Inked paper. Use a clean, dry paper towel to press the stencil into the paper and to blot up any excess water.

4. Lift stencil carefully and use a heat gun to speed up drying time.

5. Spritz the stencil again and reapply to the paper if necessary. Be sure to line up the stencil.

6. Crop the dried image down to 3 3/4" x 4 3/4."

7. Use the Mini Ink Blending Tool to apply Vintage Photo Oxide Ink to the edges of the paper.

8. Create the card base out of Plum cardstock, cut to 5 1/2" x 8."

9. Adhere stenciled image to the card base.

10. Using On Point Glue, run a line of glue down either side of the card.

11. Sprinkle Moss Green Ultra Fine Glitter on to the glue and gently tap off the excess.

You can create this same effect with any stencil, though I recommend doing it with one that has more of a solid surface to it. It would be gorgeous for Christmas cards. I hope you'll give it a try! Please be sure to visit the rest of the Wicked Bloggers, listed below. Thanks for stopping by. Have a fangtastic day!

Terra
Black Dragon
Susan
LeighSBDesigns
Lyneen
Stampendous Stamps
Lost Coast Designs/Carmen's Veranda
Tee
Alison (that's me!)
Sarah
Nan
Airless Chambers
Jessica
Kat
Shell

Comments

Susan Renshaw said…
Love the stencil and Distress Oxide technique! You have made a great card!
Bonnie Irvine said…
This is a fabulous technique. I love the effect and can see how it would lend itself to so many ideas. Wonderful palette and use of that fun stencil! Thanks for the inspiration. Bonnie (LeighSBDesigns DT)
Mary Holshouser said…
the distress oxide inks are wonderful
for blending and these water techniques.
Have to try this one.
the witch, with her passenger, is
fantastic.
thanks for sharing.
ionabunny said…
Very cool effect and fun technique. Hugz
Tink said…
This is really pretty!
Nan Bourdeu said…
That background is to die for! Love everything about your card!
Jean said…
Oh - this is so cool!
Denise Bryant said…
Love the background! Awesome effect!
Lyneen J said…
Great Technique... I am loving the OXIDE INKS! I am going to have to give this a try... LOVE YOUR CARD!
Beautiful color and effect! Awesome.
Kat Coppleman said…

Beautiful. Love the witch stencil.

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