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Use a Ghosting Technique to Create a Unique Christmas Card


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by Martha Lucia Gomez

Use a Ghosting Technique to Create a Unique Christmas Card

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!

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 1 hour

Directions


Step 1

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.


Step 2

On a regular piece of cardstock, stamp the holiday-themed images that you want to use to decorate your card. I used a gingerbread imageā€¦

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