Monday 16 March 2020

Stencilling over Designer Paper with Coordinating Stamps

A quick and easy card.  It is really easy to coordinate the colours of the stamped images with the paper.
Trim a piece of Tahoma designer paper to 6.75” x 6.75”. Add the ‘Fly where your dreams take you stencil to the designer paper. Pounce Black Soot Distress ink through the stencil with a foam tool. Remove the stencil.
Add the stencilled image to the front of a 7” x 7” black card blank.
Stamp the #1 outline stamp from the corresponding set in Onyx Black Versafine ink onto Clarity stencil card and heat emboss with clear embossing powder.
Add Carved Pumpkin Oxide and Twisted Citron Oxide to the #2 infill stamp to add colour to the image.
Add Twisted Citron, Peeled Paint and Rust Hinge Oxide to the #3 background stamp and finish off the image.
Cut it out using large scissors. Using the 3.25” nested square picot die, cut a mat for the image from black card and glue them together.
To finish, add the stamped topper to the front of the card.

1 comment:

  1. Hey Sarah, it's Belinda from WOYWW. Making my rounds dreadfully late! So I shall comment on your latest post. I wish I could get better about posting more frequently.
    I not only love the sentiment but the colors you used are so beautiful. It just came to life! I am going to do a little work on my scrapbook I told you about in my post and then maybe I will make a card. I have been rather lazy in the craft room.

    It's been a crazy few days. My boy's school is closed until April 7th and today we went to his school so they could pick up any books they left at school. His school is going to attempt an online classroom. I hope they figure something out so the kids don't lose valuable school time.
    Stay healthy and keep creating my friend!
    Belinda #27

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