Friday, 26 October 2012

Splodge A Mask and Lavinia Stamps go Spooky!

Morning all... This is my DT sample for the SplodgeAway Blog
The background border of my card was made using a Splodge-A-Mask called Oriental Bamboo, available from

I stuck the Mask down onto some white card stock with Lo Tac tape and using a small pallet knife, applied some Glossy White Stencil Dimensions Paste.

If you use this paste please ensure you wash it off your Mask at soon as you can because it starts to harden pretty quickly.

I left it overnight just to be on the safe side, that also gave me time to decide how to layout the rest of my design.

All the images are from Lavinia Stamps. I heat embossed the Fairy Lanterns but not the Fairy Castle and scattered a few Quickutz Spiders for fun! They have Rangers Black Enamel on their backs, bit like Glossy Accents. 
 I added some Pewter Liquid Pearls here and there and matted the finished result onto a 8'' x 8'' black card-stock base … that's it....job done.

Thanks for popping by my blog today.
Eileen xx


  1. Wow! This is fabulous, makes a lovely change B&W love it's lot xxx

  2. This is stunning Eileen and how cute are those spiders!! lol huggles xxxxxxxxxxx

  3. I really love the back and white scene!!!Very beautifull


  4. Another smashing card, you are the business. XXX

  5. FAB-U-LOUS dahling!

    Loving the pewter liquid pearls too . . . will add to my wish list!

    Sarn xxx

  6. Wow, love the black and white , Eileen, and the texture paste with the mask looks really cool. Have a good weekend. X

  7. Love the texture on this card with the paste & linen card. cool stamps too x

  8. gorgeous card, love the black and white and the little spiders are great on it! Have a nice weekend!

  9. Fantastic, love black and white, it's so classy. I must invest in that leaf stamp, I love it......and the paste stuff as well ;) Stop making me spend money, please!

  10. I recently went to see "Hotel Transylvania" at the cinema, this card would fit in well, can just imagine the monsters dancing in this castle!


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