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>> Friday, October 19, 2012

by Julie Warner - The Write Stuff

Happy Friday!
Ready for a quick and easy card? I just love this greeting. And how true! Yum, chocolate! Why wait for a special occasion?

This week there was a technique challenge on Splitcoast called acrylic block stamping. So easy...all you do is smash some ink onto an acrylic block. I used a long narrow one and just because I wanted to, I used the side that has the grid lines. After you ink it up, you spritz it w/ a little water then stamp it. Stamp a few images on top of the ink (after it dries a bit) and remember to mask the sides. That's it! To fill in my card, I stamped the Witch Accessories using the same ink and added just a touch of shading.  For the greeting, I stamped, die cut it and punched the left side w/ a spiral punch. Since the greeting covered up part of the broom handle, I used a stamp postitioner to restamp the handle onto the greeting panel. I sponged a little orange ink around the edges and used a purple pen to doodle around two sides.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a "priceless" weekend!
 
Supplies:
stamps: Priceless Halloween Greeting, Accent Bats, Empty Spider Web, Witchly Accessories
paper: white, purple
ink: Kaleidacolor desert heat, Memento grape jelly, Ancient Page coal
accessories: Spellbinders rectangle die, SU spiral punch, copic markers, button, ribbon

6 comments:

Pam said...

Julie, you knocked that technique out of the park! Love the design and that you got the lines from the block to show up. Love you you did the broom, too.

Janett said...

Great card Julie. The technique is wonderful.

Shelia said...

Love the sentiment on this!! Great card, Julie!!

Sue said...

Bright and colorful - I love it! Terrific idea finishing off the broom on the top layer! I'm off to check out more of this technique...

Karin said...

Your card is priceless Julie! Great colors and thanks for sharing a new to me technique!

Jennifer E. said...

I love purple and orange together for a Halloween card and this is a fun one! Always love when you can get away without coloring an image! ;-)

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