Woodware and Crafty Cardmakers – Things That Go Bump in the Night

We are again sponsoring Crafty Cardmakers this week the theme is Things That Go Bump in The Night the theme runs for two weeks on there blog.

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Don’t forget to check out the Crafty Cardmakers blog and play along with us all, we have a prize!

First this week we have Kim, Kim is on the Craft Cardmakers team as well as ours, so this card covers both posts for her this week

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Kim has used an old image, that you will still be able to find in craft shops, Spooky Tots is one of the very popular Tots range from the Francoise Collection.

Kim has made the background using Dreamweaver ColorSolutions Alcohol inks, acetate and a resist technique using archival ink.

Add alcohol inks to a piece of acetate using a felt applicator and leave to dry for a few moments.

Kim has then stamped a background stamp on the inked side of the acetate using archival ink. Using a piece of clean cloth, or kitchen paper wipe away the ink. Don’t wait too long to do this as once Archival ink dries it is permanent. It MUST be an archival ink for this technique to work.

The row of pumpkins from are from the rather pretty Perfectly Clear Stampendous set Damask Fall they are stamped on the white card.

The acetate has been attached to the card with Glossy Accents. Then the Little Tot added to the front with silicone glue.

A very cute card from Kim to start the week!

 

I hope that you have enjoy our Things that go Bump in the Night week and why not play along at Crafty Cardmakers. Thanks for visiting see you soon!

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