Peek a Wizard

 You all know just how Harry Potter mad my little girl is, so when I saw this stamp by Penny Black, I needed it. It has to be the longest time I have had a stamp without ever inking it up, it has sat unloved for at least 3 weeks, while I have been killing myself desperately trying to decorate our new garden room and get that up and running as a permeant craft space and family games room.


But we are getting somewhere, the plumber is here today and I will be under his feet in there, so I stamped this up, boiled the kettle and have settled down to 30 minutes me time. Long over due....




There is a video on my YouTube Channel Mrs H's Crafty Corner


Card Making Supplies

Penny Black A Wizard Cling Stamp

Distress Ink in Frayed Burlap

My Favourite Things Peek a Window Die

Spectrum Noir Illustrator Alcohol Markers

Spectrum Noir Finesse in Rustic Brown

A6 Wood Grain Stamp (I bought this from a charity shop so have no idea of the brand however Time For Tea Designs do an A5 wood grain stamp)

Distress Oxide in Vintage Photo and Fired Brick


Card Making Tutorial

I begun by using the peek a window by my favourite thing and lining this up so that I had 2 opening windows adjacent to each other.


I used a wood grain stamp and frayed burlap distress ink to create a wood grain window frame


A piece of alcohol marker friendly white card was cut using the same My favourite things die and the image was stamped



This was coloured in using the following blends


Bedding BT9, BT7, BT5, BT3, BT2, BT1, AG5, AG3

Pillow BT9, BT7, BT5, BT3, AG5, AG4, AG3, AG3, AG2, AG1

Table EB8, EB7, EB5

Bottom Book DG3, DG2, DG1, GB3, GB2, GB1

Top Book GB5, GB3, GB1, BG2, BG1

Lamp CR10, CR8, CR6

Wand EB8, EB4, EB1

Book in Wizard hand TN3, TN2, TN1, BG5, BG2

Glasses GB11

Skin TN3, FS8, FS7, FS6

Hair GB9, GB7, GB4

PJs TB4, TB2, TB1, AB3, AB2, AB1

Wall VB2, VB1


The window was adhered over the top.


A piece of card was blended with the vintage photo and the fired brick and the window scene adhered on top.


Thank you for reading


Happy Crafting 

Claire xx



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