There is a new challenge at Scrap It Girl! On your project use either or both-stencils or masks.
I chose to use a stencil for this card:
I recently went to the craft store in search of some holiday inspired stencils-but I am either too early or just at the wrong place. But I had a treasure hidden in my stash...
The bats and the stars are from this orange stencil. One that I bought many moons ago for like .09. Nine cents-that's right. I have some other super cheap stencils like that too. Now usually I have Tim Holtz or Heidi Swapp. But for this project I need just a regular stencil (not fancy.) ;)
For the bats I used this awesome graphite paste by Viva. It is so cool! It glides on really nicely.
Here you can see the shiny in the bats. So cool-shiny and it's a raised effect.
I used Inka Gold for the stars. It's opaque-which is really awesome. I used a make up sponge to apply it. I can't wait to put it on some other projects. I bought this at Joann's. They have some other varieties of the graphite paste but not graphite specifically. I bought that at an art store.
I took an angled picture to show the haunted house pop dotted. The haunted house came from my Cricut-Create a Critter 2. I love this cartridge. It has so many images besides cute smiling animals. LOL! And it came in handy because I could size how big I needed the house. I used yellow Stickles for the yellow areas. The background, grass, and moon paper is from DCWV.
I would like to link this card up to the Anything Goes Challenge at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
Thank you for stopping by! I hope you link up with our Stencils and Masks challenge. There's a chance for a cool prize! :)
Until next time my friends...have a great day! :)