As I couldn't decide which stamps to use I asked Wendy to choose a couple for me..........so she sent me over "The Young Witch with Spelling Book", "One Cake A Day" and "Save Water Drink Wine". 3 very different stamps I'm leaving the 'wine' stamp for another day.
I've used the Young Witch and the "Witch or Wizard Potions on a Shelf" for the first card. I made the witch's hat just little bit bigger than my original print out so it looks like she's playing at being a witch. Then I added the potion bottles to the base of the card, added some words correct and mis-spelt. Some punched out silver stars to finish off. There's a slight gold shimmer to the edge of the card I used some watered down gold acrylic paint.
With this card I used "Witch or Wizard Potions on a Shelf". The celebration glasses is actually just one rubber stamp that I have stamped twice with black Stazon. I've added a few 'squiggles' in the glasses to look like earth worms (that was my intention anyway). The edges of the card has been coloured with inkpads in a direct to paper technique (simply just rubbed the ink pads along the edges until I was happy with the colour. Over that I have used a slightly darker shade to stamp on some 'bubbles'. To finish off I've added some glitter to the bubbles coming out of the glasses.
Finally to my 3rd card..........well what can I say I really think this is a 'smile' card. I LOVE cake, making, baking and eating it so it seemed apt to make this one to. I've kept this one simple because I wanted the main focus to be the ladies trying to look innocent while eating cake. On the main picture I've used frosted glitter as the icing on the cake - it's been cut out and mounted onto foam pads to give it some dimension and texture. I also printed and cut out some smaller cakes but cut out 'chunks' to look as if they had been bitten into.
You can find all the above stamps over in the Handmade Harbour shop.
If you like to create things with paper then why not join in the fun with the weekly Papercraft Party and if you use one of Handmade harbours digi stamps in your design you could even win yourself a prize.
I hope you've enjoyed my process into the world of digi-stamps.
Until next time keep crafting and creating.