Hello Crafty Buddies,
How are you all doing?
Srishti here from PerwinkleHue bringing you the play of one stencil and 3 different cards. I am a person who likes to keep the work as simple as possible, but here my challenge was I just had 1 stencil and I had to make it work for as many. Come let’ see what I came up with….
# Cardstock —Little Birdy
# Chalk paint — Little Birdy
# Sparkle Paste —Little Birdy
# Stencil Tim Holtz ( The show stopper)
# Mont Marte Modelling Paste
# Stamps — Mudra
# Archival Inks — Ranger
# Distress inks — Ranger
Let’s get started, 3 projects to go
Step 1: Cut the card-stock at 5 1/2' * 5 1/2' inch. Mix some drops of water to chalk paint and paint on the card-stock ( be light handed), this will leave that hint of pink. Once it dries, take Sparkle Paste and apply gently with the help of your fingers. Base all ready.
Step 2: Mixed Modelling Paste with Distress inks and stenciled it at places where I wanted.
Step 3: Stamped some sentiments.
Left everything to air dry…. And Card 1 is ready
I created the background with blending of Distress inks.Then stenciled using modeling paste on the entire card.
Card 2 is ready
Step 1: For the front card cut the card-stock at 5' * 4' inch. On one corner I distressed using inks.
Step 2: I then stenciled using Sparkle Paste. Oh my god look at the shine
Step 3: Stick the card on the base card using glue. Placed a pretty flower at the top right. I did not stamp any sentiments, but you could of your choice.
And, we got Card 3 completed.
Isn’t it so amazing to have our crazy brain work like this, at the end of making these 3 cards I was amazed to see 1 stencil and so many many options we have. I am sure seeing this you will have some more crazy designs in your mind, I would love to see them
Hope you like of what I created. I would love to know your reviews and oh yes an applause by clapping as much as you wish too..
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