Hi everyone happy Saturday! I’m sharing this fun moonlight ninja card made using images from Waffle Flower crafts and dies for Lawn Fawn. I love to mix and match sets to get the most out of my stamps and dies!
To start, on an A2 size piece of Bristol smooth cardstock, I masked off a circle using masking paper and a circle die. Using an ink blending tool, I ink blended the sky using tumbled glass, salty ocean, faded jeans and black soot distress oxide inks. Water and white paint was used to splatter the background to create a star-filled sky! The mask was then removed to reveal a bright white moon! After the panel was dry, I used a stitched statckables die to cut the panel.
Next, I cut the roof top using a roof top die and inked the edges using pumice stone distress oxide ink. The pieces were glued together along with some brown paper to resemble the top of a house. The entire panel was then adhered to the card front using double-sided tape.
Images from the konnichiwa set stamped using black ink and colored using Copic Markers. I shaded the images in 3 different ways to suggest moonlight and shadows in different areas.
This card would be perfect for a ninja- loving little boy or girl!
Thank you so much for stopping by today! Check out the Butterfly Reflections Ink blog tomorrow for my June mood board- inspired card!