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Saturday, March 8, 2014

Stencil Play

Hi Everyone! I hope you are having a good day. It is beautiful here, sunny and warm. I want to show you a card I made using stencils. I enjoy playing with them. There are so many mediums that can be used with them. My background for this card was made using a butterfly, fern and swirl stencil. I used spray inks in eggplant, teal and aqua colors.

Underneath the background I used a pale pink embossed panel and added jewels. I cut 2 slits on the hat and ran ribbon through for the hat's band. 

Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a great day!

Challenges entered:

Brown Sugar:  Make it Sparkle
Frilly & Funky:  Stencils
Jo's Scrap Shack:  Anything Goes
Stampin' For the Weekend:  Sparkle N Shine


Donna Ellis said...

how pretty April! lovely colors, and your flower is BEAUTIFUL! My favorite part, tho, is the torn layer - such pretty colors along that edge. Wonderful card!

Anne Temple said...

Wow, love the look of this. Great color combo too.

Buttons said...

What a beautiful background created with the stencil and I love the way it compliments the embossed piece too. Thanks for joining us at Frilly and Funkie. Jenny x

Shirley said...

Your flower is beautiful and the background is out of this world! I really like what you did with the stencil and then the images too! The sequins are a wonderful touch!

Mayra Duran-Hernandez said...

I love this card , wow !!! The colors and the design are gorgeous !!!


Rebekah said...

Beautiful ink work thanks for sharing at SFTW hugs Rebekah xx

Tina Campbell said...

Wow that is so pretty i like the whole card design :) thanks for playing along with us over at Jo's FFC :)

scrappymo! said...

This is a lovely look with the stamp ont the inky background. Brilliant idea to cut the little slits to add the ribbon to her hat!

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