Then I added some snow for my truck to drive through. I used the Emboss Gloss from ClearSnap to draw a rough line along the ground. The added a layer of Stampendous Chunky White embossing powder, and heated from underneath, while it was still warm I added some powder from the Spoonful of Snow kit, this kit has a good mix of powders and glitters. Again heat from underneath.
Here I am again with another card for traveling across the miles.
For this card I have used the Stampendous Folk Tree metal stencil and the double glitter technique. I seem to be rather fond of this technique at the moment you will find step by step photographs in this post Things that go Bump here is the Dreamweaver video again too
The greeting comes from a new Clear Magic set by Jane Christmas Cheer a must have set of words with lovely Christmas wishes that will work equally well inside or outside a card. I have used my Tag Top Punch (how did I live without it?) I love that I can do the two sizes (or more) and they fit so well together. I have added a snowflake brad
I am back again today with another card for the Crafty Cardmakers Challenge
I hope that you can see that I have used acetate for the front of the card?
here it is closed.
On the acetate I have used the Clear Scraps Acrylic Mixer Spiders Web. The mixers can be used as stencils or as embellishments, so far I have just used the web as a stencil, but I will use it as an embellishment when the mood takes me. Then I will probably decorate it with Color Solutions Alcohol Inks.
I have cut my A4 card in half long ways and then folded it in half and cut off most of the front of the card. I used A4 double sided sticky sheet all over the back of the houses and stuck them down on the card. In the background I have added some stars with a quickie glue pen and some Lavender Glitter.
I have cut the houses with a border of colour around them so that they would stand out.
I have attached the acetate with double sided tape
Then disguised it with ribbon, I like the grosgrain because itis dotty on one side, it is double the value!
so there we have it a spooky card. I am off to a house warming this weekend, wish it was next weekend then this card would do!
I hope that you are enjoying our Things that go Bump in the Night week and why not play along at Crafty Cardmakers. Thanks for visiting see you soon!
Place the stencil over the top, I have used the Dreamweaver Tree Silhouette Stencil. First it is important rub your stencil with something that will stop it from be permanently attached to the double sided sticky sheet. You can used vegetable soap, your anti static bag or a watermark pad, I have used soap on this one and not been as neat as I should have been, Lynell would not approve!
Add dark glitter.
Normally it is important to use glitters that give you a good contrast of colours so that they both stand out, but I have used a bronze colour for my trees from the Woodware Glitter sets.
You may have noticed that on the card I have a moon, I forgot to take photographs of the first one, and then forgot to add the mask for the moon on the second one. To make the mask punch a circle from the release sheet that protects the doublesided sticky sheets and put this on before the stencil.
The card looks quite smart without the finishing touches.