Back for another year of World Card Making Day! Today’s cards feature a stamping technique called ghost stamping. An image is first stamped with white pigment ink and allowed to dry, and then the same image is stamped slightly offset with a dye ink. This process really adds some dimension and interest.
Ghost Stamping – developing the card
I tried various colors of dye inks and found that some brands definitely work better than others. I then added a white gel pen outline to define the edges of the card.
Ghost Stamping – finished card
This is one of the finished cards. I added some tiny pearls to add some polish.
Off to spend some time in my crafty corner and make a few more cards. Hope you enjoy your weekend!
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Welcome to my blog! I am thrilled to celebrate World Card Making Day by participating in OWH’s bloghop! My card is based on Sketch 96. I like how the tree branch of my card mimics the third strip to the right.
Thank You Card based on Sketch 96
The owl on this thank you card was made with the Cricut Create a Critter cartridge, and the sentiment is from Scrappy Mom’s “Owl Occasions.” Papers are from my scrap box and ended up going together nicely, I think. Thanks for stopping by!