A big lesson with this card. I alway apply the stickles with a brush but, ALWAYS CLEAN YOUR BRUSH BEFORE USE TO MAKE SURE IT'S CLEAN. See all the green on her dress?? Well it's NOT supposed to be there. Boo!! Some fairies wear green so I wasn't going to throw her way.
I used this folded banner & this coordinating sentiment from Simon Say's Stamp. I LOVE the embossed background from Spellbinders called "Framed Labels One". I added a little bit of Copic marker highlights on the embossing.
This witch created for Simon Says Stamp's blog and I thought I would post all of the details here today because there are a few extra photos in my tutorial that was NOT on Simon's blog. When I tell you I had a blast creating this card that's an understatement.This brick "folder" is perfect for so many backgrounds. It's super easy to color with any neutral alcohol markers. I used some warm and cool greys, a few beiges and a yellowish color. Don't worry about blending because you will add some distress ink with Pumice Stone to add highlights to the wall.
This air vent die from SSS is so versatile and perfect for my foreground. To add quick color and texture stamp directly on top of the paper with the ink pad.
distressing tool .
"Hocus Pocus" to make her more "witchy". I also added some white pen detail alongside the red trip on her dress and sleeves.
SRM stickers. I love how you can cut the words to fit your needs. These talk bubbles from SSS are the perfect size for my cards. I suggest when die cutting always cut extra to have on hand. Off of topic here...Have you refilled your Memento Ink Pad lately. It makes a huge difference you will be amazed and it's super easy. All you need is this. Thanks for your visit today and I hope you are good. Hugs, Kathy