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Wicked Halloween

I just received  the Halloween stamp set Wicked Cool and I had to use it for the shaving cream technique challenge at Hand Stamped Sentiments.  The tutorial for this technique can be found on SplitcoastStampers.   I had never tried this technique before because I thought it would be complicated but it’s not.  It was easy peasy and so much fun!  This is now one of my favorite techniques.  I used Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive and Pumpkin Pie ink to create the swirls in the shaving cream.  Each corner was stamped with the spider web and heat embossed with black embossing powder.

I stamped the hat and sentiment on Pumpkin Pie and embossed with clear embossing powder.  The shoes were stamped with Basic Black ink on Whisper White and sponged with Rich Razzleberry.  The bats were stamped on the cape with Versamark and heat embossed with clear embossing powder.  The template for the cape is below with card recipe.   I used taffeta Pumpkin Pie ribbon and black rhinestones on the cape.

I’ve also submitted this card to PPA60 Halloween Inspiration challenge.  Stop by and take the challenge.

Shaving Cream Halloween card

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Project info:

Wicked Halloween Card

Cape Template: Click here for cape template.

Finished size: 4.25″ H x 5.50″ W

Stamp Sets: Wicked Cool

Paper: Cardstock:  Whisper White, Pumpkin Pie, Basic Black

Ink: Re-inkers:  Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, Rich Razzleberry;  Classic ink pad Basic Black

Accessories: Heat tool, Clear Embossing Powder, Black Embossing Powder, Black self-adhesive rhinestones, 1/8″ Pumpkin Pie Tafetta ribbon, Dimensionals

Techniques: Shaving Cream

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12 Responses

  1. Love the background…. great card!

  2. This is amazing!! Love your shaving cream background. It’s been so long since I did that, might have to dig out my reinkers!

  3. Love this, the colors and the swirls are just perfect!

  4. Love the card! I too just learned this technique the other day and it is fun!

  5. AMAZING card – love the background colors. And what a cute idea with the whimsical cape for the witch!!

    thanks somuch for sharing.

  6. Your background looks fantastic and I absolutely LOVE your idea for that adorable little cape! Such a fun card! 🙂

  7. Your projects are all wonderful! Love the swirls here and the dresser is too cute! Thanks for joining us at PPA!

  8. Love how your background turned out! Thanks for sharing!

  9. Love the witch image you created on this card!! Great job with the challenge. The background, you really nailed the shaving cream technique. Thanks for playing with us @ PPA!!

  10. Wow this is amazing. I clicked on this from the samples on PPA. At first I thought it was PICTURE of someone! This very, very cool. TFS.

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