Raven Feather Witch’s Purse
- Burlap drawstring bag, 4”x6”
- Black netting
- Ivory lace trim
- Black feathers
- Black embroidery floss
- Jeweled spider earrings, one pair
- Advantus Tim Holtz idea-ology Symphony Tissue Tape
- Stampendous! Cling Raven Background Stamp (CRR152-R)
- Ink pads: Imagine Crafts Tsukineko VersaMark; Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Inks Rusty Hinge, Vintage Photo
- Stampendous! Embossing Powders: Fran-táge Aged Gold Embossing Enamel, Black Detail Embossing Powder
- Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist: Black Magic, Sunshine Yellow
- Adhesives: clear dots, liquid glue, Scor-Pal Scor-Tape
scissors, ruler, heat tool, sponges, non-stick craft mat
- 1. Using watermark ink, stamp raven image onto vellum. Heat emboss with black embossing powder. Tear vellum around image edges.
- 2. Sponge torn vellum edges with watermark ink; heat emboss with gold embossing enamel.
- 3. Sponge vellum with Distress Inks to create aged effect.
- 4. Layer black netting over burlap bag; adhere with liquid glue. Let dry.
- 5. Tear and adhere tape strips to upper right and lower left corners of vellum.
- 6. Cut 2-1/2” lace length. Place lace on non-stick craft mat and spray with yellow and black Glimmer Mist; let dry. (Note: Swipe ivory or white cardstock scraps through leftover Glimmer Mist to create unique backgrounds for a future project.)
- 7. Adhere raven image to netting and burlap bag using liquid glue; let dry.
- 8. Use black floss to tie several feathers together. Adhere bundle to bag using liquid glue; let dry.
- 9. Using Scor-Tape, adhere lace to bag as shown. If using pierced earrings, insert earrings through front of burlap bag and replace backs inside bag. If using clip-on earrings, adhere earrings to bag using several clear adhesive dots.
- 10. Spray edges of burlap bag and drawstrings with black Glimmer Mist; let dry.
- 1. Discount stores are a great resource for inexpensive costume jewelry like the spider earrings shown here.