Saturday, July 28, 2018

Witchy Black Cat!

Digi Doodles Studios is the sponsor this weekend at Passionate Paper Creations and Friends. When I went to select a digi stamp to use, not surprisingly, I chose a cat stamp, named Jazzy Jette & Crew.

Here's my card.
Supplies used:
Jazzy Jette and Crew Digital stamp by Digi Doodles Studios
A2 Notched Corner Layers Dies by The Stamp Doctor (who is having a SALE!)
Copic Markers:
  Cat: C4, C5, C6, C7, E04, E32
  Cat's Hat: V09, V15, V17, Y11, Y21, Y23
  Cat's Star and Collar: Y21, Y23, Y26 Y28
  Bats: B623 BG25, N0, N2, N4, N6, RV95
  Pumpkins: YR12, YR14, Y$16 YR18, YR61, YR65, YR68, E44, E47
Solar White Classic Crest Cardstock, by Neenah Paper
Vanilla Cardstock by Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper from my collection hoard of Halloween papers
Pumice Stone, Stormy Sky, and Old Paper Distress Ink by Tim Holtz/Ranger
Twine by American Crafts
Post It Notes

  1. Make an A2 card from Vanilla cardstock and set aside.
  2. Resize and print image onto Neenah cardstock using a Laser Printer. Print a second image onto regular printer paper.
  3. Color the image on cardstock with Copic markers.
  4. Fussy-cut the image printed on printer paper and adhere over its counterpart using removable adhesive.
  5. Die-cut the image panel with the second largest die from the A2 Notched Corner Layers Die set. 
  6. Keeping the image panel in the die, place a Post-It Note over the pumpkins, and sponge Pumice Stone Distress ink. Lift the Post-It Note, but keep the image panel in the die.
  7. Brush Stormy Sky Distress ink over the die and the masked image to create a background.
  8. When you're happy, lift the mask, and remove all the adhesive.
  9. Lightly sponge Old Paper Distress Ink around the white cardstock to shab it up.
  10. Die-cut the patterned paper with the largest die from the A2 Notched Corner Layers Dies set and sponge the edges with Pumice Stone Distress Ink. This layer will be the card front.
  11. Thread green twine through the notched corners of the image panel. Secure the ends on the reverse of the panel.
  12. Thread violet twine through the notched corners of the patterned paper panel. Secure the ends on the reverse of the card front.
  13. Adhere the image panel to the patterned paper, then adhere the card front to the A2 card.
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