Trick of Treat with Velveteen Glazes

Trick of Treat with Velveteen Glazes

I started by taking an Slim Line Card Panel (8.5"x 3.5") and the Ink Test Slim Line Stencil.  Using Pixie Spray to lightly affix the stencil to the panel.  I used a palette knife to place some of the Peach Bellini and Lima Bean Velveteen Glaze on a Stencil Pal (wiping the palette knife between colors).  I spread the Glaze over half of the stencil.  Using a second Stencil Pal, I repeated this step with the Night Sky and Happy Heather Velveteen glaze to the other half of my panel.  After wiping off my palette knife, I add a little more Night Sky Velveteen Glaze to the Peach Bellini side of my panel.  I carefully removed the stencil, set my panel aside to dry and placed my stencil in a bucket of warm soapy water to soak and made my sentiment strip.

For the sentiment strip, I used Night Sky Velveteen Glaze on a scrap of white card stock that measured 8.5" in length. I was careful to make a wide strip that was smooth and consistent in length.  After setting this aside to dry, I cleaned my stencil and tools well in warm soapy water.
While the panel was drying, I stamped the "Igor" stamp from Beware Blvd on Perfect Blend Alcohol Paper with Raven Detail ink.  I colored it in with Copic markers and cut it out with the coordinating dies.  I also cut 3 more pieces with the die from white cardstock.  I used liquid glue to attach the white die cut pieces together and then my colored image to the top.  This gives my image dimension.
Once my sentiment strip and panel were dry, I trimmed them both down.  The panel to the edges of the pattern and the sentiment strip to about 1/2".  I treated the sentiment image with my antistatic bag and stamped the Trick or Treat sentiment in Alabaster White Pigment ink and covered it with Alabaster Embossing Powder.  After setting the powder with my heat tool, I used liquid glue to attach the sentiment to the Velveteen Ink Test Panel.  Next, I attached the entire panel to a black mat and then to a Slim Line Card base. Finally, I attached the dimensional image to the right of my sentiment.
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