AMAZING! Here is how they are made, you purchase those plain glass ornaments, then some alcohol based re-inkers. We used this little brush hand stamper that had felt on the end of it. You put three different drops of the ink on the felt stamper and start stamping on the outside of the glass ornament. It dries quite quickly. Then you take Pearl-X powder and put on the inside of the ball to coat it and give it a matte look.
I used a circle punch to create a mask for the moon and then I got distressing with a variety of distress ink colours. I used the All Things Grow stamp set for the grass. To give the moon some dimension I used two subtle grey shades of Copic markers. I couldn’t think what to do with the sentiment, so I took my hubby’s advice and didn’t put one on.
glossy card stock and some alcohol inks -- butterscotch, slate and gold mixative. Once I pounced those on the glossy paper I added two tiny drops of currant ink to my applicator and pounced that over the panel. Then I slowly put a few drops of the blending solution on the panel to make the inks bleed a bit. Let dry and then stamp a theme.