Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Wobbler Cat - Tim Holtz HaLLoWeeN Snarky Cat

Hello friends! Everyone loves a little Snarky Cat, right! The new Tim Holtz Snarky Cat Halloween set from Stampers Anonymous is perfect for those Halloween cards you need to make. And adding the Wobbler action on the cat makes him do a little shake shake, makes everyone smile. 

He looks like he just got in trouble for getting into the candy stash. Haha!

Stamp your favorite Snarky Cat, pumpkin and witches hat with Black Soot Archival Ink. 

Cut out all the stamp images and cut off the tail, don't worry we'll re-attach it later. 

Color the images with Distress ink and a waterbrush.  I think the new Crackling Campfire Distress Ink would be great for that pumpkin. when coloring it's so hard to keep the eyes clean so I stamped another set of eyes cut them out and adhered them after I was all done coloring. 

Position the new dot shifter stencil over an old book page and ink with Twisted Citron Distress Oxide Ink on an Ink Blending Tool.

Re position stencil lining up the dot to the engraved image on the stencil and Ink with Wilted Violet Distress Oxide Ink on an Ink Blending Tool. I like to use the Oxide Inks for this, they are a little opaque and I love that. 

Add a few stamped spider webs and of corse some spiders too. I used the Distress Oxide ink in Black Soot for the ink. 

Cut cardstock to mat your background. I used black Metallic Kraftcore and an orange card base. Do a little sanding on the cardstock then ink the edges with Black Soot Distress Oxide Ink.

Adhere the background and black piece together then add so random stitching around the edges leaving the loose ends of the thread. Use foam tape to adhere4 the pumpkin. 

Adhere the Witches Hat and the tail to the cat. Now add the cat with the wobbler.

Stamp the message with Wilted Violet and create a little flag and adhere with foam tape. 

Wow wouldn't love this cut cat and the wobbler make its even more fun. 

Thanks for stopping by!

Check your local scrapbook store or follow the links below and head over to Simon Says Stamp. 

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