Monday, October 27, 2014

Happy Halloween with the Craftwell Ebrush

Hello peeps!!!  I got a new toy!!

I recently purchased the Craftwell Ebrush from HSN.  I had been wanting it forever, but the price was rather high and the reviews were horrible. I decided to take a chance and purchase it because,
1.It was on sale and,
2. I had a coupon!!!
Aren't  those the only reasons we crafters need?

The Craftwell Ebrush is a cute little airbrush system that you can use with various markers. The one I purchased came with a 3lb. air compressor and 6 marker adapters.

I watched a few videos by Debi Tullier prior to my Ebrush arriving. I tell ya, this lady is a whiz with this ebrush. I was up an running within an hour of receiving it.

So far, I have found the bad reviews not to be the case for me. I'm finding this tool to be very easy to use, I'm having so much fun with it and I can't wait to try more projects!

This is my Halloween card and the instructions on how I did it. Really fun!!!

First I cut my card base 4.25x5.5 (that's the Ebrush in the background)
 Using my Silhouette Cameo Design Studio, I cut out my images to mask the areas on the card base that I did not want covered with ink. I also cut out the lettering for the "Happy Halloween".
 Next I used painters tape to hold down the base and to help with splatter control.
 Here are my images
 I lifted them with lift-off tape for vinyl.
 Here are the images on the card, you may not be able to see them because they are white. I used my Copic Marker to spray.
 This is how it looks after I take the images off
 Next I took a smaller piece of card stock 4 x5.25 and tore the edges of to give it jagged look. I used this as my guide for the outer edge of the card that I sprayed in black.

 Don't have the right color embellishments? Not to worry!!!  Ebrush and Copics to the rescue!!!
I did the inside of the card with  Stampin Up Sweet Centers and a few stickers. I popped up the embellishments to give some dimension and that was it!  Quick and easy cards for friends.

Thanks for looking!!


  1. You are one talented individual!! Such a FUN card!! thanks for the details

  2. I saw this and resisted the temptation to buy it, but I love what you did here. I'm not familiar with the lift-off tape for vinyl. Was that something you chose to do or had to do? Could you just have stuck the images down with some temporary adhesive before spraying the card? I assume you then placed the ghosts with their faces on top of the outlines of them; am I right? Thanks, Danita.