Fern and Flower Card

Here is the second of my Dreamweaver creation posts.  This one uses the jumbo "Fern Frond" stencil which was simply ink stenciled over the background of the card. The tiles were pre-punched and placed on a scrap paper using a bit of double sided tape to hold in place. The stencil was taped down over the top and the embossing paste was applied. The stencil was then removed (and cleaned immediately) and the paste was allowed to dry. When dry the stencil was placed over the surface again and the hardened paste surfaces were colored with chalks. The sentiment is a Class A' Peel sticker from Stampendous. The rest of the card was distressed with sponged ink. This card would work for many occasions and for men and women. I love that embossing paste! It is so easy to use and creates a wow look! So, break out those stencils and have some fun!
Pam

"Fern Frond" stencil from Dreamweaver (LJ829)
"Floral Pattern" stencil from Dreamweaver (LG631)
Embossing Paste from Dreamweaver (DEP)
Class A' Peel "Friendly Greetings" from Stampendous (AC961)
Decorating Chalks
Olympia Green Versafine ink from Tsukineko
Bazzill cardstock
brad fasteners
corner rounder

Comments

wendyp said…
Wow! Pam, this is amazing! Been so busy this week I haven't had a chance to catch up on all my blog reading. Loving these cards you've made using the stencils!!!

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