Category Archives: Stencils

(2018 c23) Hearts

This background was one of the many experiments I tried after making my own Heart stencil with hearts from Spellbinders Media MiXage One Heart and  Hero Arts Valentine and three Hearts fancy dies  using watercolor paper.  See HERE   I just glued red sequins to the center in the form of a heart.  The LOVE die is from Love Stamp & Cut by Hero Arts. It …

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(2018 c18) Valentine Hero Arts, Color Burst, Deco Art Mist

Lots more fun playing with my homemade hearts background stencil that was cut into watercolor paper. Used Spellbinders Media MiXage One Heartand  Hero Arts Valentine and three Hearts fancy dies .  You can see the beginning process on the previous post HERE.  Today I used that stencil which has a rough layer of the Faber Castell Whipped Spackel  on it to create today’s …

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(2017 c28) Rainbows and Oxide Distress Inks

There will be a more detailed post later showing how this background was made as a Third Generation Stencil Coloring Technique.  I used Lawn Fawn Scripty Thanks die to cut the sentiment. Challenges Entered: SimonSaysStamp:  Make A Rainbow MojoMonday: #491 Card Sketch WordArtWed: Ch #276 – 277 Anything Goes SugarPeaDesigns:  ch, Twist Mix it Up Ch #30 HappyLittleStamper:  April Watercolor, Twist Rainbow

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(2017 c26) Neat N Tangled, Vellum Window

Today I made a Stamped, Heat Embossed & Water Colored Vellum “Window” card. As you can see in pictures on the right I made the inside by brushing the Distress Oxide Inks by Ranger  with a Guilding Brush by Martha Stewart. to create an ombre rainbow effect. Next I sponged Peeled Paint with ColorBox Art Screen …

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(2015 c44) Unity KOM Spread your Wings

For this card I started by stamping the reading lady from Unity Stamp Co. from KOTM May 2015 Spread Your Wings. and painted her with Artist Loft Pearlescent watercolors found at Michaels. I masked her and then stamped the Dream Text by Stampendous on watercolor paper, then I brushed watered down white gesso to tone down the text. Next I inked the background …

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