By now you must realize that I love making cards, so my project today is a card I call "Look Into My Eyes!"
3. The sky was colored entirely with one single Fantastix applicator. This tool really works well for blending. It does not hold a lot of ink, which allows you to simply wipe off any excess ink onto a paper towel before picking up another color from the ink pad. Like the blending sponge applicators, it will not contaminate your ink pad, even though it stains and looks dirty. Mind you, if you add a re-inker to it, it will soak it up like a sponge.
4. Trim purple print paper from the 8x8 pad to 4-1/2" x 6". Curl two corners opposite each other.
5. Punch out a piece of beige paper from the 6x6 paper pad, and fussy cut the two rows of diamonds from the purple print sheet. Layer onto card, as shown.
Add a tiny amount of Black Diamond Stickles to spider.
Black 5"x6-1/2" card
Core-dinations Black Magic Collection cs (black with yellow)
Graphic 45 An Eerie Tale 8x8 paper pad and matching 6x6 patterns and solids
Fabriano 90lb. Hot Press Watercolor Paper
Indigo Blue Hocus Pocus rubber stamp set
Distress Ink Pads: Antique Linen, Frayed Burlap, Dusty Concord, Stormy Sky, Forest Moss, Black Soot
Martha Stewart spiderweb and spider punches
Animal Eyes (Rubber Nature Art Stamps)
IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko Fantastix applicator; Jet Black StazOn
Fun Foam (black)
Black Diamond Stickles
I hope you are enjoying the hop today, and thanks for stopping by!