Hello everyone… One thing I am looking forward right now is Spring to arrive. I saw some new leaves and red buds on the trees on our backyard.
Inspired by Spring season, I want to share these couple cards that I created using the stencil in two ways technique with the 4×6 Brick wall Stencil.
This stencil in two ways technique is a fun way to create backgrounds with stencil that you can get the most out of your stencil and ink. I am sharing the full tutorial on Clear Scraps Blog today. I hope you all visit me there.
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Hey hey hey… I hope you all are doing well, healthy, and safe. These days people are feeling insecure and afraid of what is spreading around the world right now. My prayers go to all the nations and people…
I stamped the butterfly image from the Fluttery Stamp Set with VersaFine Clair ink pad and then I colored with Tombow Dual Brush Pens and Spectrum Noir Glitter Brush. Next, I dried the butterfly with craft heater and fussy cut it with scissors.
I stamped the sentiment and label image from the same stamp set with VersaFine Clair on a white cardstock and fussy cut it with scissors.
I added the label on the tag with permanent adhesive glue, and then I added the butterfly with permanent adhesive glue for the body and used 3D foam tape for the wings so they will pop up.
I hope you all join and play along with us. You can read full detail about the challenge rules and to link up your project at March Stencil Challenge Blog Post by March 31, 11:55 p.m. Pacific time.
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