Here is another stenciled design. I have this wreath builder stencil from Gina K. Designs and even though it is a very open stencil I figured I could still add some sponged inks to it and make a card with it. As an experiment I was not sure what I would end up with but I guess in this case it isn't too bad and certainly will be a card I will send to someone.
I used a 4 inch square of white card stock and added the inks in the center of the stencil by going in one direction only. But for the last color of a lime green that I added I went the opposite direction and that made for even different colors when it all blended together. I think I did goof though when I stamped the images from the Gina K. Designs Bold & Blooming set by placing them upside down but I guess it still looks fine to me. The sponged design was layered onto Slate card stock and then I cut it down the center and placed one half on top and one half on the bottom of the A2 size
(4 1/4 x 5 1/2) inch card stock base. I then stamped the sentiment on a white panel and layered that to Slate card stock and placed it over the two split sections. The last step was to add some black gems.
Well, plans today are to do some baking so I don't think I will be stamping much at all. It is okay to take a break. Thanks for visiting and for all the wonderful comments you leave.
Tuesday, May 8, 2018
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So very pretty, Verna! Gorgeous stamp and beautiful rainbow colours!
This turned out quite lovely with the sponged colors and great images! Love the split panel look!
Gorgeously Springy! Love the colors you created - the perfect backdrop for your creation. Love the sentiment panel.
so gorgeous mf.
Your experiment turned into a beautiful card. The sponging is lovely. Yum, yum for the baking.
Verna, this is lovely! The stamp set is gorgeous, but it is your myriad of ink colors blended together in geometric-style shapes that touches my heart! It's really beautiful! Thanks for sharing. hugs, de
You clever girl to use the wreath builder stencil in this way. Gorgeous card, so well thought out. Great design here1
Oh how pretty! Beautiful sponging!
This is just gorgeous,love the fab image.xxx
Beautiful card and so creative way to place the stamp..love that...and fabulous stenciling, too! Oh and congrats on your win at Mod Squad...I have been trying to win that forever LOL....want to place an order and thought how fun would that gift would be to help out..HAH...maybe some day, just maybe LOL!!!
Verna! This is so beautiful and congrats on your win over at stamplorations!!https://stamplorations.blogspot.ca/2018/05/april-winners.html?m=1
You do the most beautiful things with ink. Love the stamp and it looks perfectly good either way you turn it. Very pretty! I really like the lime green.
That image is stunning against the pretty rainbow background!
SO pretty Verna, great design
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