31 Nights of Halloween - Night 23 - Special Guest Kulbir Kirkland

Good evening, Whimsy fans! 

Tonight you are in for quite a treat as we welcome the talented Kulbir Kirkland to the blog!


Hello friends I am so excited to have been invited to be a guest designer for Whimsy Stamps 31 Days of Halloween. Definitely my favorite time of the year. I am sharing a card I made using some super fun and creepy Whimsy stamp sets and ..distress everything :)


My cardstock for this project was Distress Heavystock. I first used distress spray colors salty ocean, wilted violet, rusty hinge, walnut stain and black soot. After I had dried it I went over with prize ribbon and dusty concord , sprtiz with water and dried it with my heat tool. Last part I add sprays of flickering candle and splatters of Dina Wakely white acrylic paint.



I stamped on the same fence from Attempted Murder with black archival ink.



Using distress woodgrain cardstock I inked it up using ground espress and pumice stone distress spray and dried with a heat tool. After it had dried I added some frayed burlap with a blending brush. Inked up the same fence and stamped it onto of the woodgrain using the same archival ink.



Yes I cut up each panel and using foam tape I pieced it on top the original fence I had stamped on the panel. I inked up the cemetery from the Halloween Scream and stamped it above the fence to give the illusion that it was on the other side.



To finish off the card I used colored the branch using copic markers and popped everything up on foam tape. I wanted the Happy Halloween sentiment to look like it was bolted to the fence. For that I used the hardware set from Tim Holtz Idea-ology. I cut the panel down to fit on an A2 card base.



You can find links to the supplies I've used below: click on the picture and it will take you directly to the product. If purchased through the link provided I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate all your amazing support. Looking forward to sharing many more projects and techniques including my favorite mixed media.

Halloween Scream Clear StampsAttempted Murder Clear Stamps


Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by today. Hope you will subscribe to my blog for future posts. See you again soon with another crafty project.

10 comments

  1. OOOH I LOVE this! The extra effort fussy cutting the fence really paid off - AWESOME! Thanks you for being our special guest and HAPPY HALLOWEEEEN!

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  2. Love the way you created the fence! Great card!

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  3. Love that fence and the cemetery. Lots of elements came together very well for this card.

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  4. Waouh, magnifique.
    Amitiés
    Rachel

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  5. So many fun textures and cool scene!! Love it!

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  6. That is so cute, so much work and thought went into it as well, great job!!!!

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  7. Love how you made the background.
    Never know how it will turn out
    but it was wonderful. Funtastic
    card. thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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