Hi everyone, Steph here today with a Stenciled Friendship Card.
To create the background I took the Star stencil that I used on another project, flipped it over then wiped a baby wipe over the stencil. This released the ink onto the white cardstock panel, which results in a water color effect, and while it does not look like a star stencil, I do love the result. And instead of cleaning residual ink off the stencil, you clean the stencil by actually creating another project!
Next, I mixed modeling paste with several drops of the Blueberry Reinker. Then I placed the Star Stencil on black cardstock and used the Blueberry modeling paste. I spread the Blueberry molding paste over the stencil. I was not looking for precision so you can see some incomplete stars on the cardstock.
Once dry I matted the black panel with white cardstock to which I had applied Blueberry Ink.
I wrapped the larger panel with blue ribbon then, adhered the panel to the card. I tied twine to the ribbon.
The black panel was added to the card with foam adhesives for dimension.
I stamped the phrase with Blueberry Ink, then embossed it with clear embossing powder. After inking the panel with Blueberry Ink, I matted it with blue cardstock and adhered it to the card.
So, what do you think of my Stenciled Friendship Card? It comes together so Quick and Easy.
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Ann Butler Design’s Products used:
Ann Butler ColorBox Art Screen, Stars
- Modeling Paste
- Cardstock: white, black, blue
- Sentiment stamp
- Foam adhesive
- Tape runner
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