Supplies: Red Metallic Charger Plate Victorian House Digital Stamp (the Old Victorian House) Witch Digital Stamp ( ) Candy Korn Stamp (craft shop) Bats with Stars (craft shop) Witches Hat (craft shop) Acrylic Paints: Tangelo Orange Yellow White Black Dimensional Magic Silver Gel Pen Sharpie Fine Tip Black Marker Colored Pencils Watercolor Markers
1. Clean charger with rubbing alcohol and let dry thoroughly.
2. Stamp the rubber stamps around the edge as you wish. Let dry ( but when you paint the dye with still muddy up your colors so you have to use MANY coats!) then paint the 3 sections of the candy korn with orange for the bottom, yellow in the middle and white on top. You don't have to be perfect...it's better if you aren't (my kind of project!!lol)
3. Out line and fill in bats and witch hat with black sharpie. Try to follow stars with silver gel pen but I basically had to freehand mine over the stamp; it kept messing up. Not me. It!
4. After you reach the color depth you want and it is sooooo dry, stamp over the candy korn with the stamp. Then with black acrylic paint or marker outline the stamp details. It will not line up exactly and shouldn't for a cool effect.
5. Allow all to dry again thoroughly and apply Dimensional Magic or any dimensional glaze to the corn, bats, stars, and hats. Again, dry, dry, dry!
6. I only added a pale gray to the sky on my Victorian house and cut to fit the round part of the charger and glue. Then I went all out of the little witch with markers and colored pencils. I fussy cut her out and glue to the forefront of the house.
7. The last step is to Dimensional Magic the little witch to make her pop out from the background.
Important Note: No food should come in contact with this charger plate. I made it strictly for decoration. Please follow this note!
My precious grandpuppy, Yoshi! He went through gastrointestinal surgery for an obstruction in August and almost didn't make it. It is now November and he is doing so well just can't eat hard food:( But I love mushing his food twice a day and feeding my beautiful baby boy:)