Peekin' pumpkin kitty - Happy halloween - Larissa

September 29, 2020

Peekin' pumpkin kitty - Happy halloween - Larissa

 


Hi everyone, I am Larissa from Car-d-elicious and today it is my turn again to post a card, that also will be posted on the blog from Gerda Steiner designs. This time I have made a halloween card with the clear stampset Peekin' pumkin kitty from Gerda Steiner designs. This time I didn't stamp the image on watercolour paper, but instead of that I stamped it on pearlescent paper. Although it is not meant for watercolouring, I really had good results. Unfortunately it is really difficult to take good pictures. On the top picture you can't see it shine at all and on the second picture you see really well how the images shines, but you can't see really well how I coloured the image. That is a shame, because in real it looks really great. I have stamped the cat with Versafine clair nocturne ink on the pearlescent paper and then I embossed the image with clear embossingpowder. I have coloured the image with my Distress inks and then I have fussy cut the image. 


With the Crea-nest-lies XXL 33 from Crealies I have die-cut a circle from black and white patterned paper from the Black & white collection paperpad from Action. I used the Crea-nest-lies XXL 92 from Crealies to cut a larger circle from orange cardstock and then I glued the smaller circle on top of it. On a card from orange cardstock I glued black and white patterned paper from the Black & white collection paperpad from Action. Then I glued a strip orange cardstock on the card after I tied black seam binding around it. Then I glued the circles and the image with foamtape on the card. With the Star confetti die from Alexandra Renke I have die-cut a couple of stars from orange cardstock and I glued those on the card. The sentiment is also from the stamp set Peekin' pumkin kitty from Gerda Steiner designs. I stamped the sentiment on orange cardstock and glued it on the card. 


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STAMP: Peekin' pumkin kitty from Gerda Steiner designs
COLORING MEDIUM: Distress inks
PAPER: Pearlescent paper, Orange cs, Black & white collection paperpad from Action
INK: Versafine clair nocturne
DIES: Crea-nest-lies XXL 33 & 92 from Crealies, Star confetti die from Alexandra Renke
ACCESSORIES: Clear embossingpowder, Black seam binding

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