Stenciled Cards with Sequins

Just wanted to share two more Day 1 “homework” cards that I made for the Stenciled Online Card Class.  My first two cards are here.

For this next card, I again cut my stencil out of Silhouette Chipboard on my Silhouette Cameo.

And again I thought I’d experiment with supplies I already had, so I used some Memento Dew Drop Dye ink that I had with some makeup sponges that I already had.

Here is the result . . .with my sentiment panel covering up a smudgy mistake:p and some added sequin embellishments in a kind-of chevron design . . .

Tim Holtz Distress Stain, Lawn Fawn Milo's ABC's, Stenciled Online Card ClassInspired to adapt a technique that Laura Bassen taught in her Day 1 video, I took out a plastic hearts and stars stencil that I’ve had for a long time and used it with some gold pigment ink and embossing powder.  I made the background with some Tim Holtz Distress Stain – I applied the stain to some wax paper and added some water and then swiped my card stock through it.

Tim Holtz Distress Stain, Verve Stamps Little Star, Stenciled Online Card Class

Making cards with stencils is sure messy but fun too!

– Mindy : )

Supplies:

Stamps:  Milo’s ABC’s (Lawn Fawn), Little Star (Verve Stamps)

Other: Plastic Star Stencil, Tim Holtz Barn Red Distress Stain (Ranger), Tim Holtz Faded Jeans Distress Stain (Ranger), Versamagic Cloud White Chalk Ink (Tsukineko), White Zing Embossing Powder (American Crafts), Gold Pigment Ink, Gold Embossing Powder, Heat Tool (Martha Stewart), Memento Dew Drop Ink (Tsukineko), Paper Trimmer (Tonic), Silhouette Cameo (Silhouette America), Chipboard (Silhouette), Blue Painter’s Tape (3M), Advanced Tape Glider (ATG) and Adhesive (Scotch), Wax Paper, Gold Sequins, Glossy Accents (Ranger), Pick-Me-Up Tool (Silhouette)

Note: Stencil made from Silhouette Polka Dot “Page Dividers” Shape

 

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January 26, 2014. Tags: , . Card.

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