tin pin holiday fun….by melissa cash 2


Happy Friday Y’all!  What a crazy busy week this has been for me.  I will be glad to see what next week has on the horizon for me.
 
Today I am sharing with you three fun cards that I created using some of the new Darcie’s Tin Pins and coordinating stamp sets.  Fun, fun, fun.
 
Let’s start with Halloween…
 
 
 
 For this card I stamped the bat image from Darcie’s Spooktacular set and then colored him in with a Black (N00) Tombow Dual Brush Pen and then added some Gunmetal Stickles for a little bling.  Now, this little guy wobbles back and forth using an Action Wobble.  The wobbles are too big and in order to make it work, I had to cut it down to the size of the bat tin pin and then add some Tombow Mono Aqua to the top and then place the pin.  The Mono Aqua dried quickly and was the perfect solution.  All of the card layers are held together with Tombow Mono Adhesive Dots.
 
and continue into the Fall Harvest…
 
 
For this card, I stamped the Scarecrow from the Darcie’s Harvest of Joy set and colored him in using the Irojiten Dictionary Color Pencils and some odorless mineral spirits.  All of the layers were attached with Tombow Mono Adhesive Dots except for the image panel where I used Tombow Foam Tabs for a little dimension.  The tin pin and buttons were attached with Tombow Power Tabs.  Did you know, that you can cut the Power Tabs easily with your scissors to make them fit any item.  Love that!
 
Rounding out the holidays…
 
 
For my final card I stamped the snowman from Darcie’s Merry and Bright set onto some white cardstock and colored in the gloves and scarf with Tombow Dual Brush Pens in Carmine (#845) and Chartreuse (#133) and attached the tin pin with a Tombow Power Tab.  The image panel was popped up with Tombow Foam Tabs and the rest of the layering was done with Tombow Mono Adhesive Dots.
 
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