Toner Sheet Cut Outs
Today I'm using some of the new foils and toner sheets! I'm going to use the Haunted toner sheet as a cut out on a card.
I started by turning my laminator on and letting it warm up. For this project I'm using the Haunted toner sheet in clear. I think it it's pretty awesome that you get two sheets of clear and white in each pack. I cut out a section of the houses that had a larger and smaller versions. Then I laid the Gold Static transfer foil over the top, sandwiching that between a piece of wax paper. I have to run this through my old laminator several times to get a good transfer. Then I set that aside to cool off.
Now for the background; First I trimmed down a piece of Brutus Monroe Sidewalk card stock to 3.75 in x 5 in and layered that on top of a Neenah Solar White 110lb card base. The next step is to do some ink blending. I used Peacock Feathers and Wilted Violet on some Bristol Smooth card stock. These colors look beautiful blended together. I also added some water splatters for texture. Then blended Black Soot Distress Oxide around the edges to darken them. This panel is trimmed down to 3.5 in by 4.75 in.
Using a piece of Brutus Monroe Raven card stock I heat embossed the "Happy Halloween" sentiment from the Trick or Treat set, using Alabaster embossing powder. Since my foil was now cooled down I can peel it off the Haunted toner sheet. I love how these shine! Then I fussy cut the larger house and smaller houses from the sheet and also cut the embossed sentiment.
Using the Alabaster embossing powder one more time, along with the Brutus Monroe embossing ink, I lined the large house on my Distress Oxide background and stamped one of the bats from the Trick or Treat set, positioning it so it looks like it is resting on the large foiled house. Then added another off to the left flying through the air.
I added some glue to the back of the foiled haunted houses and attached that to the distress oxide background and layered the Happy Halloween sentiment over the top. Then tuck the two smaller houses behind the larger ones on the right side.
Thank you so much for joining me today!