Monday, October 10, 2016

31 Days of Halloween Round Two



Welcome back and on a Monday with some pretty spooky happenings going on. Stampendous is posting for 31 Days of Halloween and it's my day for a fresh and freaked out creation!


Here is how I made this scary fright.

Stampendous Supplies:


Plus:

Kraft Cardstock
Colorbox Pigment Ink Pad by Clearsnap® - Surf, Lemon Grass, Iris, Wild Hare, Jade/Emerald
Colorbox Archival Ink Pad by Clearsnap® - Wicked Black
Sketch Markers by Copic® (BV000, BV02, BV04, BV08, E81, V93, YG01, YG21, YG23, Y18, Y36, YR14, N8)
Black 3D Foam Squares by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L
Tacky Tape
Sponge Daubers
Tracing paper
Pencil
Craft Knife
Cutting Mat
Scissors
Airbrush Tool - optional

Instructions:

  1. Cut a piece of white cardstock 4-1/4 x 5-1/2 inches.
  2. Using sponges for each color, rub ink around on the entire piece of paper. (Lemon Grass, Iris, and Jade/Emerald)
  3. Optionally sprinkle rubbing alcohol over ink and dab up the excess. Trim to 4 x 5-1/4 inches.
  4. Stamp Who Am I with black ink and color. Trim around the image and use a dark colored marker to color around the cut edge.
  5. Place image down onto background and pencil in a shadow.
  6. Cover background paper with masking or tracing paper and trace the lines.
  7. Cut out the shape of the shadow using a craft knife and cutting mat. Make sure to cut in one line and not go past a corner, it will show up when airbrushing the shadow. Save the shadow shape for later.
  8. Use the edge of a scrap piece of paper to sponge a gray ink floor line across the lower edge the penciled shadow. Remove scrap paper.
  9. Tape down background paper and the outer tracing paper with the shadow as a stencil.
  10. Use an airbrush tool to make the shadow, starting the spray on the mask and towards the open shape.
  11. Remove mask and cover the shadow with tracing paper shape . Stamp candy from Tricky Words with black ink on the sponged floor line and color in the candy with a dark colored marker or pen. Make a dashed line with a black pen across the floor line for definition. 
  12. Adhere to a 4-1/4 x 5-1/2 inch kraft cardstock base.
  13. Stamp sentiment from Tricky Words with black archival ink onto the background paper.
  14. Stamp candy on white cardstock and color.
  15. Trim out candy and adhere with a piece of foam square to fit the small candy piece.
  16. Adhere Who Am I with 3D Foam Squares

My poor freaked out creature lost his candy getting so scared by his shadow. Hahaha. Thank you for stopping by to see my card today! Head on over to the Stampendous blog for all the details on the 31 Days of Halloween and the new prize package this week!



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13 comments:

  1. OMG! This is Awesome! LOVE how you airbrushed his shadow onto that bright fun background!

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  2. Awesome card! *Love: Who Am I! Such a fun design! And fabulous background colors and technique! Great shadow and candy details too... a real treat!

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  3. that that skull's face.
    If he's not careful he's going to be
    attached. Great card.
    thanks for sharing.

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  4. I adore the background! So cute!

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  5. This is certainly very colourful for a Halloween card, I absolutely love it.

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  6. I love the colors and your awesome bokeh background.

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  7. I love the shadow!!! I have never thought of doing something like that-it's genius. No air brush here-but I'll play around and figure something out. Thank you for such wonderful inspiration and the great tutorial.

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  8. Coming form Michigan to say what a fabulous, fabulous project this is...so fun and love the colors!

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  9. I love your spooky-silly card. Being afraid of your own shadow brings humor to Halloween. - Jade from Louisville, Kentucky

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  10. This is really creepy and cool. Love the colors.
    Becca from Florida

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