Crafty Witch !

Hello everyone !

We all know what a Witch broom looks like, but have you ever seen the brush of a crafty Witch ?

Today, I share with you a project I made with the beautiful Spellbinders Painted Blooms Etched Dies.

First, I used my Silhouette Portrait 3 to cut my Spider web overlay into black cardstock. I sized it at 18.5 cm x 8.5 cm. I cut a rectangle of the same size into white cardstock and I inked it with my Simon Says Stamps Pawsitively Saturated ink pads Pearfection and Celery. I splattered inks and water on my green panel.

I matted, layered and glued my panels and I splattered white paint on it.

After that, I cut the handle of the brush into kraft cardstock and inked it with my LDRS Coffee Bean inkpad. I cut the two other parts into white cardstock and I colored them with my markers.

I die cut two leaves from the set, two branches and 6 times the brush hair part. I colored them with my markers.

I glued all the parts of my brush together.

After that, I stamped a little spider from my LDRS Trick or Treat 6×8 Pirouette Stamps on one of the leaf. I also stamped and fussy cut a small bat and I glued it on my brush. I stamped my ribbon from the same set, colored it and fussy cut it. I glued it on the handle of my brush with foam pad.

Finally, I glued my brush on my base panel with foam pads and I added some sparkly threads.

Et voilà !

May the craft be with you !

Products used :

Spellbinders Painted Blooms Etched Dies from the Paint Your Wold Collection by Vicky Papaioannou

-LDRS Trick or Treat 6×8 Pirouette Stamps

-Silhouette Portrait 3

-Silhouette Studio Spider web overlay file

-Simon Says Stamps Pawsitively Saturated Ink Pad Pearfection and Celery

-LDRS Coffee Bean inkpad

-Alcohol markers Copics (C) and Illustrators (I)

Purple : PL4 PL3 PL2 PL1 (I)

Green : G28 YG67 YG25 YG03 YG01 (C)

Orange : YR18 YR16 Y38 Y35 Y15 (C)

Hair brush : Black E49 E29 (C) PL4 PL3 PL2 PL1 (I)

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