This is my second post for the day. Please visit HERE to see 'Parrot Tulips Valentine'.
I've not used a stencil on a card in a long time, but had the opportunity to play with one the other day. I used Adirondack Color Wash to create a pretty silhouetted scene:
The stencil I used is from The Crafter's Workshop, available through Blockheads Paper Arts:
I trimmed my image and added a strip of Pacific Point cardstock which had been border-punched. A piece of seam binding ribbon - from my scrap bag - was tied around the layer, then I mounted it with foam dimensional stickers to the card base. A little bit of olive bling helped finish off the card.
This template is an ample size (6" square), so I actually got two cards'-worth out of one project.
- Paper Players - use flowers
- Paper Sundaes - Clean and simple
- Flourishes Timeless Tuesday - 'Fly Away with Me'
I visited my doc today about those x-rays on my hands. He tells me it is osteo-arthritis, not rheumatoid arthritis (thank God!). He recommended glucosamine-chondroitin, as did my friend who is a pharmacist. I know I need to be careful about how much time I am on the computer, too.
Thanks for visiting me!
Ink: Adirondack Color Wash spray - Lettuce
Paper: Pacific Point - SU; White - PTI
Punch: Double Arches - Martha Stewart
Other: Mini Butterfly Meadow 6 x 6 Template - Crafter's Workshop; white seam binding; green rhinestones - Michael's