Saturday, October 20, 2018

Portrait of a Tiny Black Kat

I whipped up a spooky Halloween tag for today's post! 

Don't you love the portrait of the Tiny Black Kat

It's been awhile since I've gotten messy with my Gel Press. I tried something new to me and it worked! I rolled some black paint onto my press with a brayer and pressed my Spider Web Cuttlebug embossing folder onto the ink and made a print. 

I ended up covering up most of my printed background with other techniques, but the ghost-like spider web image was kinda eerie! I added some texture to the print with some Versamark ink and a damask print stencil and heat embossed with copper foil embossing powder. I distressed the lace with some Black Soot Distress ink as well as the tips of the felt roses. I found the number stickers in my stash and added some ribbon. 

Here are a few more past samples of cards and tags I've made using the Tiny Black Kat...

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  1. A very lovely little tag with the focus on the kat! I love how you have used it over the years!

  2. Wendy, I love your tag! All of the other projects are great! I love how versatile the cat stamp can be.

  3. That tree and moon card is FAB-U-LOUS!