Wicked Good Time Frame

Ink blending again! With make up brushes, but this time using Stampin’ Up ink pads in Crushed Curry, Pumpkin Pie and Cajun Craze. I think it came out just as good as previous attempts. This is super exciting for me because now my colour options have expanded massively and I can matchy matchy!

So I had separately made the “Wicked” die cut and once I had the blended background I thought they complicated each other purrfectly… Iris thought so too so decided to do some more cat craft modelling!

I was playing around with the new Basic Pattern Decorative Masks on black cardstock. Clear heat embossing gave some lovely differences in texture and I then cut that background with the Wicked die. The sentiments are black heat embossed directly onto the background and are from the matching Wonderfully Wicked stamp set. This is available as a bundle with the dies to save 10% weeee.

The background was created by blending Stampin’ Up ink pads with make up blender brushes. The brushes I used here I bought from Amazon for a reasonable £11.98, they’re branded Yoseng.

The raven embellishment is from the Monster Bash Enamel Shapes pack, which has them in different positions and angles, as well as cute tombstones, skull and crossbones and dots. See the linked item below to have a look for yourself.

I got the 5″ frame from Amazon for less than £4, so not an expensive project and a great addition to my Halloween party decor.

So Iris wants to know, are you going try this yourself?

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Sam xxx

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