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How To Make Beautiful Illustrations With Ghost Ink

How To Make Beautiful Illustrations With Ghost Ink | Rinea
Charity here with a tutorial for how to make beautiful illustrations with Ghost Ink. This month Rinea collaborates with Joy Clair Stamps. I chose All Things Possible as my first stamp set from Joy Clair. The ship and the winged pig could not have been more perfect!

They brought to mind a favorite childhood poem:
~ The Owl and the Pussy Cat ~

Rinea Foiled Paper

To my great delight, while thrifting I found a vintage book of poems in excellent shape. This book has "The Owl And The Pussy Cat" but without illustrations.

Rinea Foiled Paper

There is plenty of space on the pages so I decided to add my own.

The corner pieces I cut from Rinea Copper Foiled Paper. The paper shapes so beautifully with detailed dies. I add a layer of craft foam underneath the foiled paper before running it through my embosser/cutter.

The ship and the pig's wings were stamped on Rinea Emerald Foiled Paper with Rinea Ghost Ink. I fussy cut them with scissors to fit to the page.

This pig with wings from the Joy Clair stamp set All Things Possible has a vintage flavor. It is right at home here in this beautiful book.  The Best Glue Ever, from ScraPerfect holds the glossy foiled paper securely. Spread it thin and let it dry to a translucent finish.

 The finished product meshes well with the page design and leaves space on the pages. The shine of the foiled paper adds a luxurious touch. This quick and easy project was perfect for Rinea Foiled Paper and Joy Clair Stamps.

Rinea Foiled Paper

Check my blog Scrappin' Chaos for a list of supplies.
Scrap On!