Creating a Halloween Card with Copic & Hero Arts (Giveaway!)

Posted On: 11/05/14

Airbrushed Halloween Card

 

 

Create a Halloween Card with Copic and Hero Arts

 

 

Airbrushed Halloween Card

Supplies Used:

Instructions:

  1. On half a sheet of glossy paper, randomly airbrush spots of color using assorted Copic Sketch Markers.
  2. Spritz the scattering leaves stamps with colorless blender and stamp onto the airbrushed cardstock. Repeat until you achieve the desired affect.
  3. Using the Stylish borders stencil, airbrush two arrow borders with the R08 marker, in alternate directions, one across the bottom, one across the top. In Ladybug Red Memento ink, stamp the jack o' lantern image next to the bottom row. Trim to size. Airbrush edges darker with the same markers.
  4. Airbrush a few adhesive pearls in brown. Affix pearls to the corners of the card front.
  5. Cut a piece of cardstock slightly larger than the finished project. Airbrush a brown border along each edge. Fill in the white areas with airbrushed hints of red, brown and yellow markers. Attach the card front to the base with double-sided tape.
  6. Stamp the word HALLOWEEN with Ladybug ink on a trimmed scrap from the original half sheet of airbrushed cardstock. Carefully cut around the sentiment. Attach the sentiment using foam tape.

Win a prize pack from Copic and Hero Arts!

Copic & Hero Arts Giveaway Prizes:

  • An autographed copy of Copic Coloring Guide,
  • Level 4: Fine Details by Colleen Schaan and Marianne Walker
  • Copic Sketch Color Fusion Set 1
  • Three refillable markers in an ideal blending group (V20, V22 and V25)
  • Three Copic Various Ink refills (V20, V22 and V25)
  • A $50 Hero Arts gift card

Two ways to win:

  1. Leave a comment below!
  2. "Like" Hero Arts on Facebook, and let us know with a second comment below know for an additional entry.

 

Deadline: September 15th at 11:59pm PST

 

This giveaway has ended. Congratulations to the winner, Cindy B. from Montana!

Tags: Artists, Cardmaking, How To, Inspire, Marianne Walker, Papercrafting, Various Ink, Airbrushing, Edited, Guest tutorial, Video