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I have 3 cards for you today:
The 1st card is: Spooky Face -
Stamps used:Glitter used:I used Spellbinders Stacked Pumpkins to make these great orange pumpkins. Also using the 1/4 inch Tear-ific tape on the edges gives me the ability to add a glitter border to my layers. Click here for the complete instructions to make this card.My 2nd card is:The Pumpkin Stack-Stamps used:I applied alcohol ink using fall colors on glossy paper and used a leaf punch to punch the leaf shapes. Add the leaves to a trellis border made from a die to make the interesiting border on the card. Click here for the complete instructions to make the card.My 3rd card is:The Haunted House-Stamps used:Glitter used:That Tear-ific tape allows you to apply straight lines of adhesive and it makes it super easy to add glitter.Here is how I applied the colors to the black CS.Use a sponge and apply PearlEx in a circular motion on black CS, sponge a circle of Yellow/Gold PearlEx to the top center of the Black panel. Next sponge the rest of the Black panel with Purple PearlEx. (Note:Stamping with VersaMark over the PearlEx will cause the PearlEx to be removed from the CS and will cling to your stamp, make sure you clean your stamp even if you are stamping the same image again.) Using Versamark, stamp images over areas of the black CS. Cover the stamped images with Clear EP and heat set.This is a cool coloring technique. Click here for the complete instructions to make this cardNext stop in the blog hop is Linda LoewThanks for stopping by today.