Clear Scraps XL Script Wood Quote--You Got This!!
Simple Blending Technique With Stencil

Hello Spring Cards

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today with a set of Spring cards using the 4" x 6" Hello Spring Stencil.


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This stencil can be used in it's entirety or split it and just use a portion of the stencil. 
Start by taping the stencil to white cardstock.


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Using assorted colors of ink, I added color to the full stencil using art daubers.  
 
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After cutting the panel to size, I  matted it with cardstock  For dimension, I placed brads in the flower centers.
 
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I added the panel to a light blue card with foam adhesives for dimension.

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Using the same stencil, I created a second card by inking the words only with gradient colors of ink.

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I used a tri-color inkpad to get the gradient effect, then add embossing powder and heat set.

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The phrase was matted with cardstock and a brad was added over the "i". 
I created a card from yellow cardstock,  embossing the front panel and then lightly inking it.
 
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The stenciled panel was added to the card and a large flower was added to the corner.
 
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Thanks for stopping by.

Steph

Other Supplies:  Imagine Crafts Ink, Embossing Folder

 

 

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