Sunday, 29 April 2018

Yet More Stencils

Hi Friends, I've a couple more stencil-themed cards to share today that I've completely forgotten about! Once again I'm showcasing some brand new ones by Funky Fossil Designs and you can find them in Sarah's Folksy Shop HERE

I tend to forget about stencils when crafting but they really are so versatile - just wish I could get a little more adventurous with them but perhaps when I've a spell off work I'll play with some new techniques.

Here goes



First up I'm thrilled with how this one turned out using the Beautiful Mandala Stencil and inked in Distress Oxides: Picked Raspberry, Worn Lipstick, Spiced Marmalade and Squeezed Lemonade. The sentiment is by Clearly Besotted and die-cut with the coordinating die although it may be a retired one - I've lots of their older sets in my stash!

It's 'Anything Goes' at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday so I'd like to pop this one in there.


Next up a smeared inky background of Distress Oxide in Mermaid Lagoon, spritzed with a shimmery mix of water and perfect pearls. Once dry I inked through the Indian Flower stencil with Versafine Onyx Black ink (made quite a mess of the stencil) then quickly covered with Clear Embossing powder to add some shine and texture to the image. The sentiment is by Happy Little Stampers.


Last but not least an elegant Peacock, this time inked with Blueprint Sketch, Peacock Feathers (of course) and Cracked Pistachio Distress Oxides. Once the ink was dry I used a Versafine pen to 'paint over' the gold sections then sprinkled gold embossing powder on the top. The same powder was used for the sentiment by Clearly Besotted. 

I'd like to add this card to the 'Clean and Simple' themed challenge at Addicted to Stamps & More.


That's all for me for today but hope you are enjoying some crafty fun today.


Sarah

4 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards Sarah. The peacock one is so elegant. Your inking looks amazing, how do you get it so perfect (I mean not mixing colours)? x x

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  2. Wow Sarah - I love your beautiful peacock! I love the colours you used; the stencilling is so crisp and the ink blending is so smooth. I really like your other cards too and you really showcase how versatile the stencils can be.
    Hope you are well and thanks for sharing with us at ATSM.
    Hugs
    Carol x

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  3. Wonderful cards Sarah! Your stencil work is fabulous.
    Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    Mandy xx

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  4. Wow such pretty cards here Sarah,I always love visiting your blog and seeing your beautiful creations...more stunners again here ;) Viv xx

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