Jessica used the Magic Color Slider in a unique way by stamping the Fortune Teller Tabby directly on the main die piece. Then she used the coordinating circle die to cut out the center of the crystal ball. To create the cool swirly pattern in the crystal ball, she colored with Copic alcohol markers on Yupo paper, then she added glittery gold alcohol ink to the pattern for added mystery
When the Magic Color Slider is raised it reveals the tabby’s happy fortune of a day filled with smiles!
Jessica used the Snowy Backdrop die to give the look of a starry sky! Her backgrounds are ink blended with splatters of water and white acrylic paint!
Thank you so much, Jessica for creating this amazing card and video for us today!
Marine added lots of spooky fun details to the background with Distress Ink, using both ink blending, splattering and stamping tiny stars. I love how she tied in the Finley’s ABCs letters by using the same ink blended and splattered ink colors! To create the custom greeting Marine combined sentiments from Fortune Teller Tabby and Booyah with letters from Harold’s ABCs!
I love how Marine filled the crystal ball with colorful candies from Booyah and Costume Party! The cute Booyah ghosts look pretty happy about their sweet future!
Thank you so much for sharing this delightfully sweet inspiration with us today, Marine! This Reveal Wheel card is amazing!
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