Welcome back to my blog, friends! Hopefully you are returning to see what kind of card I am making
with Witt & Sass's Magical Creatures stamp
. I have created a "Harry Potter-esque" type of card! I decided to use the bird with a magic wand in my card. I colored the bird, who I decided looked like Ron, with my Copic
markers, giving him red hair, of course! For a little shimmer, I used the At You Spica
Glitter pens on his hair and cape, then I fussy cut him out. I decided on this card to use a MFTs
Blueprints 31 die set to help me design my card. All of the elements on my cardbase are cut from that die set. I also had in my stash some Game Spinners from Tim Holtz idea-ology
. I chose the antique brass finished hardware as I planned to have a somewhat distressed look to my card.
I used some patterned paper from my stash for the background areas. On the pink ombre paper I clear heat embossed the little flying key all over it in different directions. I die cut the round frame piece with tabs off to the sides twice so I could have the star paper as the inside circle on my spinner apparatus. I distressed the spinner frame with Distress Inks
to all edges then glued the spinner pieces onto the pink layer. I marked the center of the spinner, then made a hole with my pokey tool for the brad to go through. I first placed the dial in place then put my brad's legs through the hole and then opened them on the backside of the pink panel. I stamped the "You are..." in brown ink, then clear heat embossed it. Next I distressed the 4 banners in the same way I did the spinner frame. I then stamped each of the 4 character letters onto the banners and colored them with my Copics
, then added some shimmer with the At You Spica
Glitter pens. I arranged them evenly across the top of the spinner and foam mounted them for a little dimension. I added some aqua enamel dots from my stash to either side of the spinner. I then foam mounted my "Ron" bird so he was pointing at the spinner. Last I added the black banner that I silver embossed the word "Magical!" on from the Magical Creatures stamp
set. I adhered everything with some Fun Foam
onto the stars patterned paper for more dimension, then adhered that to my A2 ivory card base that I had rounded the corners on. And that completes my card! I really enjoyed being a little creative with this one. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.
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as well. Lastly, the store's website is https://www.wittandsassstampcompany.com/
and here's a link to their blog
here, as well. On the store's site you will find lots of inspiration and information (some of it really funny)- so don't miss it! If you would like to see more of my creations, visit me on Instagram
, I'm jktaylor911
. I post all my creations there as I don't blog every card I make. Thank you again for visiting me, see you next week for the launch of another new stamp set for Witt & Sass Stamp Company!
Happy crafting and many blessings to you!
Fantastic layout, great color choices.ReplyDelete
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Karen, thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving such a lovely comment, you made my day!!Delete