Hello everyone! Justin here, and today I am so excited to be sharing my 1st Miss Ink Stamps Card for the Halloween Season! I adore using the ghosts from the Boo Sheet Stamp Set, and I decided to combine them with a few more of my favorite Miss Ink Products as well!
Below is a list of products used to create this card!
Other Key Products Used:
Distress Inks: Squeezed Lemonade, Wild Honey, Carved Pumpkin & Crackling Campfire
Purple Punch Flock Transfer Sheets
Deco Foil Transfer Gel Blanco
Clear Embossing Powder
Here's a little bit about how I put this card together!
For my background, I actually used a negative of a flock transfer sheet. What this means is that I applied Transfer Gel Blanco over the Lumberjack Plaid Stencil onto an A2-sized piece of cardstock, let it dry, and they used a heat transfer method to transfer flock onto my panel. I then cut the flock transfer sheet down to A2-size, adhered it to a card base, and set it aside for later.
Next, I stamped the 3 ghosts from the Boo Sheet stamp set with black pigment ink and heat embossed the images with Clear Embossing Powder. I used some Copic Marker to give the ghosts rosy cheeks. I then fussy cut the ghosts out and set them aside.
For my background, I used a piece of white cardstock and used an ink-smudge method to create a colorful background. To do this, I smudged my Distress Inks listed above onto a glass mat, spritzed them with water, and then took a piece of white cardstock that I repeatedly pressed down on top of the ink to cover the whole panel. Once this was dry, I used my die-cutting machine to die cut an oval from the splotchy paper, and also die cut a gray oval that was slightly larger to mat the image with.
I stamped the house from the Just Roll With It stamp set on top of my splotchy oval in black pigment ink, and heat set it to dry. I layered my splotchy oval on top of my gray oval, adhering them together.
I then adhered my oval unit, the ghosts and some embellishments to my card front using a mix of liquid adhesive and foam tape! I was completed!
Thank you so much for stopping by the Miss Ink Stamps blog today! I hope this project leaves you excited to bust into your stash and create a Halloween card using your favorite Miss Ink Stamps products!