Above are some examples of the “Kitty and Spiders” AND “Bat and Spider”
digital stamps used different ways for card making. My favorite? I
think I like the one front and center this time. It’s the one with the
cute bat and spider with the polka dot ribbon. It was one of the last
examples I came up with. Funny how an after thought can be the best
design! These were neat stamps to play around with. There are so many
different design and color choices. My Copics came in really handy
with these digital stamps, as always! Read More...
I printed the PDF (four 3″x4″) on white card card stock AND on a 90lb.
watercolor paper. I used some watercolor pencils but I don’t like the
effect. That blue ghost (top left) looks like color crayon. Instead I
used my water brush (I’ll attach an image of the water brush below this
post) to wet the ghost then I brush the color off the pencil and added
it to the wet ghost. That’s how I achieved the dark gray color on the
ghost next to the blue one. No hard lines on that ghost. I used copic
markers on the sheet that’s blurry in the top of the picture. I have LOTS
of images to work with. I want to attach some of them to Halloween
party bags. Read more...
Napping Kitty with Tuna Dreams! http://cardmakingartists.com
Right now I have “Napping Kitty With Tuna Dreams” (above) as a free gift for you.
Mom gives Subway cards for birthday presents to her grand boys. I
thought this card would be great paired with a gift card to a sandwich
shop and maybe a movie? I love the scalloped edge on this card. The
edging was a free gift that came with one of the card making magazines I
purchased at the craft store. Score! Read more...