by Martha Lucia Gomez
Hello everyone! Ghosting technique was one of the first techniques that I learned in cardmaking crafts and today I am sharing with you a lovely way to incorporate this ghosting technique in a Christmas Gingerbread Card. To realize this technique you only need glossy card stock and VersaMark ink to stamp the ghost image. In my project, I am using a Chevron Background from Recollections, but let me show you the process!
Time: 1 hour
Take a piece of white glossy card stock and ink your stamp or stamps with VersaMark Ink and stamp directly over the glossy side and set this piece aside for a few minutes so the ink can dry.
On a regular piece of cardstock, stamp the holiday-themed images that you want to use to decorate your card. I used a gingerbread image from a Stampin Up Set. I stamped the images with Memento Luxe Peanut Brittle and Clear Embossing Powder that I activated with the heat tool. Then I cut the gingerbread with the corresponding die cut.
When the glossy card stock was totally dry, I sponged several times in circular motion with Desert Sand Memento Ink. If you want you can also use a brayer to create the resist effect.
To finalize the card, I resized the glossy layer and created a gold mat using Gold Starstruck Rinea Foiled Paper and pasted this layer directly over the Cherry Cobbler card base. Then I cut the sentiment Merry Christmas using the same Gold Starstruck Rinea Foiled Paper with a Gina Marie Design Die Cut and pasted it over the chevron background and pasted the gingerbread using dimensional dots or tape. You can use any type the stamps to create this technique, not necessarily background stamps, all depends on the theme that you wanted to use in your card.
- Memento – Desert Sand
- Memento Luxe – Peanut Butter
- Embossing Powder – Clear
- Jumbo Daubers
- Craft Mat
- Tear It! Tape
- On Point Glue
- Stampin Up – Scentsacional Season Stamp Set & die cut (retired)
- Recollections – Chevron Background
- Stampin Up – Cherry Cobbler Card Stock, White Glossy Card Stock
- Rinea Foiled Paper – Gold Starstruck
- Gina Marie Designs – Merry Christmas die cut
- Dimensional tape or dots
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