Have some Monster fun....!! - Cute Monster Card by Ashlee!

July 12, 2019

Have some Monster fun....!! - Cute Monster Card by Ashlee!

Hey everyone....
 
Ashlee here with you today and I have some new "Gerda Steiner" inspiration for you this time it's using the set "Monster fun" to create a birthday card!!
 
(Gerda Steiner is closed at the moment for a summer break but they will be re-open on the 17th of July)...
 
For my card I used a stencil from MFT to create inked hearts on the background and then using some distress oxide spray in Wilted Violet I added splatters all over it!!
 
I coloured in my selected images with Copics and then added them to my card base with some foam tape for dimension.
 
To give the monsters eye a fun effect I added on a little wobbly eye...
 
This created a simple but fun birthday card!!
 
Hope you like it, Hugz Ashlee



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