Thursday, October 7, 2010

Hoot! Hoot!

I was playing with some sponging today to make this quick Halloween card:



All I did was make a template by punching out a 2" circle out of a scrap of paper...



First, take the piece with the circle punched out and place it over your card where you want the moon to be. Use a sponge dauber to apply color (I just used my ink pads)...I used yellow and orange for the moon:



Remove the template to reveal the moon:



Now, take the circle you punched out and place it over the moon as a mask...I sponged the rest of the card with black and purple:



Remove the mask to reveal a spooooky Halloween sky:



I finished off the card with stamps #710 (Happy Halloween), #A148 (What a Hoot) and #B149 (Spooky Branch). Short and sweet post today...have a good day!!!

6 comments:

Kris said...

simple and gorgeous!!! i LOVE it! TFS!! =D

sweet craf-tea chick said...

beautiful inking, jean! love your card :)! thanks for sharing and have a great nite! much aloha, steph :)

Brenda said...

such a cute card!

Lisa said...

Thanks for sharing that tip with us. Cute Halloween card! Lisa

Saskia said...

Thanks for the tutorial!!
Great card... so cute!

Saskia :)

Nikki said...

Your Halloween card is adorable! The masking technique is surely one that I will try. Mahalo, Jean.