Hi everyone, it’s Marine, back with a spooky -but very cute- scene showcasing the new Little Haunters stamp set. Those little guys are the cutest and I had a lot of fun creating this night scene for them!
To start, I cut a bristol panel measuring 6 x 5″, and attached a large circle mask right in the middle of it. And to create my night sky, I first applied tumbled glass oxide ink along the circle mask. Next I applied chipped sapphire oxide ink on the rest of the panel, and blended both colors by making circular moves to accentuate the halo effect I was looking for. I also added black soot oxide ink to darken my background, and splattered water, as well as drops of silver paint to get a nice sparkly spooky night sky.
To ground my Halloween scene, I cut a grass border out of black cardstock using a die from the Grassy Knoll die set and applied white ink at the very top of it to create moon reflection. And I did the same thing on two trees that I cut using a die from the Halloween Tree die set (those trees will be turned into branches)
Next I stamped and white heat embossed my sentiment in the middle of the grass border, stamped my images on white cardstock using alcohol marker friendly ink, and colored them using my Spectrum Noir markers.
When the coloring was done, I cut the images using the coordinating dies and attached the branches on my panel using foam squares, as well as the images. Next I stuck my panel down to a navy blue card base, and finally added white highlights on the images to make them pop a little bit more.
And that’s it for this Halloween card! I hope you like it! Feel welcome to check the process video below (click on the image ^^) to see how I made it. See you soon!