Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Stencil cards

Hello friends, welcome back!! I have never posted back to back but this time I am surprising myself. This would be third consecutive day for my post!

Today I played along with my stencil and I loved it! First one came out so well that I made another one as well.

Here we go.....

First made the background with Tim Holtz distress ink and then using stencil made the butterfly and the leaves. Added sentiment from SSS You Can Do Anything stamp set.



 This I mounted on a black card base and then on the distressed white card stock. Finished off with the twine. The black cardstock has a flap so that underneath message can be written.



Sending this for






Peek-a-Boo Designs Challenge#7 and Blog Hop (Stencil is something I have it since couple of years and the sentiment stamp is new)







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Now for the second one.

This one is again using the same stencil but different images. Distressed the background before using the stencil. Used layer of black card stock and Papericious PP. Finished off with sentiment from SSS Big Birthday Wishes set and few pearls.






Sending this to

Seize the Birthday: Anything Goes


All Sorts Challenge: Week#368- How does your garden grow showcasing the plants and the butterflies which visits the garden


Simon Says Stamp: Monday Challenge - Use Patterned Paper


Ranganjali June Challenge : Anything But Flower



Have a great day ahead!!

29 comments:

  1. The twine is such a lovely touch
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  2. Gorgeous cards! I love the subtle shading on the second sponged butterfly. Thanks so much for playing at Seize The Birthday :)

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    1. I am glad you noticed the shading. Thank you.

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  3. FABULOUS use of twines and stencils! Thanks so much for playing Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Animal Magic” Challenge! Well done!

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  4. Both your cards are wonderful..cool stenciling! :)
    Suchi xx

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  5. Two wonderful cards! Lovely use of the stencils and ink. I think the second butterfly card is my favourite. Debra x

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    1. I am glad you liked the cards. Thanks for the lovely comment.

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  6. Two lovely bright and cheery floral summer cards, many thanks for sharing with us at Allsorts challenge.

    B x

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  7. 2 beauties, the second one is simply stunning!

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  8. Looks like you had a blast making these cards, you have created such beautiful inked panels!

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  9. Great card for my theme at allsorts Tracy X

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  10. Sweet cards!! I love them both! Your stenciling is flawless!

    Thank you for joining us at Seize The Birthday!

    Patti

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  11. Your stencilling is gorgeous! Wow, I love your cards! I need to get my stencils out! I especially love the second one with the big butterfly! Beautiful cards!

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    1. You would definitely enjoy using stencils :). Thanks.

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  12. Great stenciling on these cards!!

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  13. Both your cards are really beautiful, I love those stencilled butterflies. I'm glad you had fun stencilling, it really shows from your cards! Thank you for playing along with the STAMPlorations CAS Challenge. We hope to see you back again soon! Karola, DT, InvisiblePinkCards

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  14. These cards are BOTH so lovely - your sponging is perfection! I love the idea of creating a little flap for the message - so clever! I'm sorry I've been such a bad bloggy friend of late, the month of June snuck away from me somehow, but I'm working to fix it!

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    1. Thanks for lovely comment Becca. You need not be sorry, everyone has challenges with time including me so no worries :)

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  15. Gorgeous cards and fantastic stenciling Kavita! The second one is my favorite! ^__^ Once again, thank you so much for playing along Challenge #7 over at Peek-a-Boo Designs!
    All the best! <3

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