First Photo is flash and the second, no flash.
We have made it to DAY 23 of the 31 Days of Halloween event! To find out who the daily winners are click HERE, also Terra's Blog. She is the first one on the Wicked Blogger List located to your left. The wonderful Roni just shared and Jenn's blog is next . You are now at Shoni aka Crafty Inknik's Blog.
I have not made a Acetate Card in a long time. It was so fun with all these great images I have gotten from the Smeared Ink's Rubber Club. I love how you can mix from so many sets and somehow it just seems to go. Have fun dancing in the graveyard!
A Tango of Deets
All images are stamped in Versa Mark ink and heat embossed with embossing powder.
I will list the stamps in the order I stamped them.
Tree - Haunted Places #2 (Sept 2013) - White Embossing Powder
Ravens - Holy City (May 2013) - Black Embossing Powder
RIP gravestone - Haunted Places #1 (Sept 2013) - Smoky Gray Embossing Powder
Cross - Holy City 2 (July 2013) - Pewter Embossing Powder
Dancing figures - As Death (Oct 2013) - Gold Embossing Powder
Church ruin - Haunted Places (Sept 2013) - Pool Party Embossing Powder. I did stamp this image on the back side of card front.
On the card inside is a piece of designer paper from SU! (retired) pack called Night and Day.
Stamped around edges in Black Staze On is "Happy Halloween". Saying is from Creepy Li'l Grumpies (Aug 2013).
Then another designer paper from the same paper pack as before.
All materials used are Stampin' Up! and are current unless otherwise noted
gorgeous project today! Love your stamping on the acetate! mo xReplyDelete
WOW! What a cool efffect, Shoni! Very surprised the acetate didn't buckle out of shape with the heat. Fabulous work. xxDReplyDelete
Acetate is so hard to photograph. You did a great job, especially without flash.ReplyDelete
Truly spooky piece.
Oh how flippin' cool! What a cool idea! Wonderful job!ReplyDelete
Matney - how on earth??? I see your work and am in absolute awe!!! You come up with the most original art. This card is completely gorgeous. I love reading how you made your cards. I would not guess you used so many stamps; what a keen eye you have to mesh them all together. I LOVE this!!! xox SamaraReplyDelete
This is amazingly cool. I love the acetate stamping. Thanks for the deets.ReplyDelete
WOW, this is gorgeous and I'm sure even more so in person! Wonderful job creating this!ReplyDelete
wowza....so neat! I love it.. You are so talented!ReplyDelete
oh my...this is awesome. Great stamps and great idea to use acetate. What a great effect. Love this card!ReplyDelete
So cool! Love how you combined the images.ReplyDelete
LOVE YOUR Acetate Card... like you said it is so much fun using all the different images.... this is awesome!!!!ReplyDelete