Monday, March 21, 2022

Rose Lines


I have a couple of cards to share with you today.  This month, Picket Fence Studios released two stencils that had a similar pattern.  This allows you to get the one that fits the size card you typically make.  I loved the pattern and had to use both!  

I started with the A2 Rose Lines Stencil.  For this card, I pressed Scattered Straw, Peacock Feathers, and Abandoned Coral Distress Inks onto the stenciln (in that order, so as not to contaminate the ink pads).  Then, I laid the stencil onto a piece of white card stock, and ran it through my die cutting machine to emboss the stencil into the card stock.  I trimmed the panel down, and added a bit of Extra Wide Foam Tape to the back.  

I then die cut the Thanks Word Topper Die from black card stock.  I stamped a sentiment from the Swanky Friendship Sentiments Stamp Set, and heat embossed that in gold, onto the banner of the die cut.  I taped off the banner - once the embossing cooled - and spread a little Black Rainbow Paper Glitz over the letters.  

Once the Paper Glitz had dried, I adhered the embossed panel, and the die cut to a white card base.   A few scattered White Bottlecap Flowers Sequins finished off the card. 

My second card today, features the Slim Line Rose Lines Stencil.  I sprayed the back of the stencil with Pixie Spray, and laid it across a panel of white card stock.  I used a spatula, to spread Pink Carnation Paper Glaze through the stencil.  Immediately after, I daubed a few spots with some Boysenberry Violet Paper Glaze, and pulled the spatula across the stencil horizontally.  

I die cut the Slim Line Hello Word Topper Die, multiple times, from gray card stock.  Before adhering the die cuts together, I stamped, and white heat embossed a sentiment from the Word Die Topper Subtitles Stamp Set.  Then, I adhered the die cuts on top of one another.  

Once I ensured the Paper Glaze was entirely dry on the stenciled panel, I trimmed that panel down, adhered the sentiment strip and trimmed the overhanging edges.  The completed card front was then attached to a white card base.  

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies specific to this card, are listed, and linked, in the blog post.  
To see the basic tools that I use on nearly every card, please click here.

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