July 29, 2022

Harry Potter Dobby Card

 Hello, everyone! Today I am sharing a fun Harry Potter card featuring Dobby. Since this weekend is Harry Potter's birthday, this seems like a great time to share my card.

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I began by creating the background for my card. I sprayed a dark green and some grey color sprays onto my mat and then sprayed water onto them to water them down. Next, I pressed my card front into the color spray and water mixture. Then I used a crackle stamp with grey ink to give it some texture.

I stamped the sentiment using the Crackerbox Stamps Dobby Likes Socks and colored the sock with a white gelly pen and a Copic Marker. Next, I stamped Crackerbox Stamps Dobby and colored him in with Copics too.

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