Hi everyone, I'm so glad you stopped by today! I'm sharing some fun cards I made for the Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous 2018 Release Facebook Live Event, if you happen to have missed it you can find it here along with lots of other amazing samples from Tim's very talented designer friends.
My sisters wedding is over (she made such a beautiful bride) and life is getting back to normal. I will be catching up on sharing all the halloween and fall projects I've made. This card was created with the fun mini diamonds shifter stencil, alcohol inks and Stampers Anonymous Spooky Scribbles stamps.
After applying alcohol inks to yupo paper, I used Lift Ink to remove that alcohol ink with the stamp images.
Then restamped same stamp image with Archival Ink. The stamping platform made this step super easy. I die cut those cute little squares using the Tim Holtz Sizzix Framelits Stitched Squares thin die set.
For this card, I used the skeleton from the Stampers Anonymous Inventor 4 stamp set. Stamped with black soot archival ink, then shaded with neutral colors of Distress Ink.
To finish it off, I attached a large bone from a idea-ology boneyard pack and craft thread.
I used that beautiful Stampers Anonymous Ornate background stamp for this one. I just love this damask pattern. Mr. Bones is pretty rockin' isn't he.
I used wilted violet distress oxide for the background color and it really makes it pop! The stamped images were stamped in black soot archival ink, it's my favorite... I did just a touch of shading with neutral distress inks.
A small talk sticker finishes it off.
I hope you give it a try! I'll be sharing more of my fall/halloween projects soon. Thanks so much for stopping by, I really appreciate you taking the time and have a wonderful day! xx
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