New Layer Stencil & Mini Rattle Shaker
January 16, 2017
Happy Tuesday friends. So, how have you been enjoying the new releases thus far? Amazing, right?!
Today I am sharing a card I made out of the new Layer Teddy Bear Stencil, as well as the Mini Shaker Rattle.
I had made a video showing how to use the new layer stencil, but I ended up losing the video when I switched phones.
Soooo, the card is 5.5" square. And the layer stencil is 5" x 9", so a perfect fit. This is what the stencil looks like.
I started by dabbing alcohol ink on the body of the stencil onto an acrylic square. Once that dried, I lifted the stencil and placed the bottom section (the second layer) of the stencil on the body. I then used a different color and dabbed more alcohol ink through the stencil. So fast, so easy, and SO cute!
Looking at the Teddy Bears, I just thought this would make the cutest baby card. So I then put together the Mini Shaker Rattle, added some star sequins, and adhered it to the card.
I hope you enjoyed this post today. Keep checking back for new ideas and inspiration!
Products Used: Clear Scraps: Teddy Bear Layer Stencil, Mini Shaker Rattle, 12x12 Acrylic Sheet; Pattern Paper: Simple Stories, American Craft; Alpha: October Afternoon; Brads: Simple Stories; Cardstock: Coredinations; Ink: Adirondack Alcohol Ink (Butterscotch & Teakwood), Srtazon Ink; Glitter: Martha Stewart, Crate Paper Sequins; Adhesive: Beacons 3-in-1
Leah Crowe, Clear Scraps Design Team