Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Corner Flowers

Hi, Joy here letting you know about a great opportunity to win a prize by entering a Stencil Challenge at Classy Cards 'n Such. Today, Beverly, owner of Classy Cards 'n Such would like to see what you can do with stencils - me too!!  I have so much to learn about stenciling and would love to see how you will inspire us!

So grab that stencil and show us!!  Just make your project and go to Beverly's blog, Classy Cards 'n Such, and link it there.

Here is what I did - first time using Pearlescent Embossing Paste.
  

I used the brass stencil called Corner Flowers by Dreamweavers.  I spread on a thin layer of Pearlescent Embossing Paste and let it dry.

While the image was drying, I stamped the Thinking of You sentiment from Hugs and Kisses Sentiments stamp set by JustRite, onto a stamped image of an ornament from Noel Christmas Ornaments, and cut out just the center of the ornament.

After the flower image dried, I placed the brass stencil back over them and colored each flower with a wood peg blending tool using Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads.  I was going for a water color, blended looking image.  

The cut out center was then popped up using Joy! Foam Pads Small, and added White Pearls to a few of the centers of the flowers.

This was then matted on teal cardstock that had been corner rounded.

Recap of Supplies:
Corner Flowers Brass Stencil

Thanks for looking at my card - can't wait to see what you do! Have a HAPPY stamping day.


Love all the colors, so pretty! Thanks Joy!

Click any of the gold links above for more info or to purchase any of the products Joy used.

Stencils, both brass and plastic, are on sale through Thursday, January 23.   Details are here.

Thanks for stopping by!!! Until next time...


   
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2 comments:

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

WOW another beautiful creation from the team! You ladies are sharing some amazing inspiration! Thanks!

Debbie said...

Gorgeous! I just love all the colors. I bet this card just shimmers. Makes me wish summer was here.