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Hello Peeps Easter Cards

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today using  the 4" x 6" Hello Peeps Stencil.

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This stencil is versatile and to show it's versatility, I've created 2 different sized cards.

One card is 4 1/4" x 6" and the other is 4" x 5".  By adjusting the stencil you can create a variety of different sized cards.

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My first card uses a background created with assorted spray inks.

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The stencil was placed on the background and modeling paste was used across the stencil.

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Once dry, the stencil was realigned and a variety of inks were used to add color to the modeling paste.

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The panel was cut to size, matted with purple cardstock and added to a yellow card.  Coordinating colors of brads were added to the corners of the card.

My second card realigns the words for a smaller card.

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I taped the stencil to a white panel and added color to the rabbits.  As you can see, the words are off the panel.

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Then I realigned the stencil and added color to the words.

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The inked panel was then added to a yellow card and coordinating colors of brads were added to finish off the card.

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Thanks for stopping by.

Other supplies:  Imagine Crafts Inks, brads, modeling paste

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