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Fireburst Stencil in action with Erica
After The Storm Black Hybrid Ink Cardmaking Do not take any shit Erica A-B Fancy Sentiments Fireburst Stencil Handmade cards Ink Blending Life Changing Blender Brushes Paper Glaze Stencils
Hey guys! It's Erica, aka The Stencil Addict, back on the blog today! Today it's all about the Fireburst Stencil. This first card you might have seen already, but just in case you haven't, I have included step-by-step instructions here: Step 1: Make COLOURFUL background. I used Copics, and simply swiped them back and forth on the card stock to create this vivid rainbow. The markers in the photo are the exact ones, in order. Step 2: Spray your stencil with Pixie Spray and let it cure for a few minutes. Place over background where you want to create the pattern....
Anniversary Embossing Fancy Flourishes Stencil Fancy Sentiments Michelle Lupton Paper Glaze
Hello, crafty friends! Michelle here today, and seeing as it is my parents' wedding anniversary tomorrow, I couldn't resist but share this card with you today. I used the Fancy Flourish Stencil on a piece of black cardstock, along with Paper Glazes in Snowdrop White and Golden Rose. I stamped and gold embossed the sentiment from Fancy Sentiments onto a strip of black cardstock, then mounted this entire panel onto a mat of gold mirror cardstock, before adding it to a square white card base. I added some sequins as a finishing touch. Thanks for visiting :)
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Fancy Flourish Stencil Fancy Sentiments Judy Rozema Sandra Girl
I love working with stencils for making backgrounds, don't you? The Fancy Flourish Stencil is a beautiful design, and was a perfect choice for Sandra Girl. I used VersaFine Clair Warm Breeze ink and my Life Changing Blender Brushes to create the background. The sentiment from Fancy Sentiments was stamped right on top of the stenciled backgound with VersaFine Clair Nocturne. Sandra Girl and her butterfly were stamped on Hammermill White and cut out using the coordinating die. I backed the main panel with Peacock Curios Metallic cardstock and the base is Hammermill White. I colored in her flower with...