The Masked Witch

24th October, 2017

The Tim Holtz Halloween inspiration series on facebook and instagram has just wrapped up it’s final week. Hopefully you’ve been following, but if you missed anything, you can see the recaps for week 1, week 2 and week 3 on Tim’s blog.

iGirlZoe: The Masked Witch
I wanted to share this masked witch card that I made for the inspiration series. This was such a simple card to make, just using the witchcraft die cut as a mask. I die cut one from black classic kraft stock then used this for my Haunted Banner project.

iGirlZoe: The Masked Witch
I placed the mask over paper from the halloween mini stash and blending peeled paint distress ink over the top with a mini blending tool. Removed the mask, spritzed with water and added halloween clippings stickers.

iGirlZoe: The Masked Witch
Mounted the masked witch onto layers from the halloween mini stash. From the halloween words thinlits die set, cut “wicked” from a longer piece of black classic kraft stock and mounted over green classic kraft stock. Sanded the edges of each layer with a sanding grip, blended in vintage photo distress ink and stitched to finish.

I will be back soon sharing a walk through of the bone collector caravan I made for the Halloween inspiration series.

Zoe x


  1. Deb L says:

    Love this! When I saw your card on Tim’s Instagram I knew that I needed this die. TFS Zoe!

  2. Sue says:

    Halloween is one of my favourite times of year. This card is great and I love how you masked it. Great card Zoe.

  3. Anne R says:

    I have enjoyed the whole of the series this year, so much inspiration! The witch is my favourite of the Halloween dies and I love how you used her on your card. xx

  4. Ann B says:

    I honestly can’t believe how simple you make it seem-you must just have the magic touch! I loved this card and now may even attemp to make a similar one, your work throughout the series was incredible. You are so talented and I am so thankful that you share your special recipes with us!

  5. Tracy Evans says:

    Sometimes simple is all that is needed and this is perfect. I love using Die cuts in this way and you have showcased the technique and Die perfectly. Gorgeous. Tracy x

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