Witch Kraft is the title of this week’s challenge.
For my card base I:
1. Embossed a piece of foil cardstock
2. Painted it black, dried it, sanded off raised areas
3. Applied alcohol inks and dabbed here and there
4. Covered in Crackle Paint (clear) and let dry
5. Coated in a mixture of PPA and gold paint
6. Added a bit of green paint
Then all I did was to add on the kraft word stickers, stamped images, and stitch it to the base! This was a lot of fun and I love that I used the word witch and the kraft color – both words from this week’s challenge!
This week won’t you join in the creative fun and get your witch kraft on? Simon is, as always, offering a generous $50 voucher that will be randomly drawn from the eligible entries each week. Join the fun by creating a project this week – and for your chance to win a $50 voucher you should hop on over and join in the challenge here.
13 thoughts on “Monday (witchy) challenge…”
Love that effect of the painted and sanded off effect! Very dark and creepy in a beautiful way! 🙂
Wow, May! That texture has got to be one of the coolest ones I’ve seen! I really did feel like I’d stumbled upon some ancient buried tomb. You’re always so skilled at so many different techniques!
What an awesomely spooky cool tag. Thanks for explaining your process. I love that green paint. The tag is spooky and beautiful at the same time. Very inspiring. Michelle t
Such a cool card May! Love that wonderful background,
Very cool! Loving all the texture and the color you added to the foil!
Simon Says Stamp!
This is such a fabulous card! The texture and colors are awesome! 🙂
Love, love, LOVE the card and the technique.
Love the colors on top of the embossed and black painted foil cardstock! So pretty and gives such a spooky look! Hugs, Sandra
This is such a cool technique. Perfect effect for a Halloween project. Hauntingly beautiful!
Fantastic May! What a fun and creative technique! The embossed scene looks spooktacular!
This is so cool, May and I love the textured background ~ it’s fabulous and works so well with the stamped elements! Love it!
Wonderful background and clever technique! BArbarayaya
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