Double Duty for Your Stencils

Cathy ZielskeCards, Tutorials6 Comments

Today’s card project features using a stencil for both applying color as well as dry embossing a pattern onto cardstock. I really love getting more use out of a product and stencils can be pretty versatile tools! The stencil and stamps I’m using today are from Gina K. Designs’ A Big Hello Card Kit, a huge new card kit full of spring images, plants, hearts, dies and more! Check out all that’s in the kit:

I wanted to create a simple encouragement card featuring one of the plant stamps and dies, along with the Heartfelt stencil.

I love how the texture on the Innocent Pink card panel mirrors the stamping on the white card base below.

Here is a video showing you how I created this card project:

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Cathy ZielskeDouble Duty for Your Stencils

6 Comments on “Double Duty for Your Stencils”

  1. #1
    Leanne in Cali

    Very nice! I love the embossed pattern combined with the stenciled ink in the center. Thanks for sharing your video!!

  2. #2
    Deanna Berman

    OMGosh…that is so stinkin’ cute! I have a shamrock stencil that I’m going to try that with….will add an Irish Gnome for a “Top O’ the Gnomin'” card!

  3. #4
    Judy Rogers

    You nailed the coloring!!!! I am new to using alcohol inks and really enjoy watching the process. The card is fun, the video has great tips.

  4. #5
    Beth Buss

    Thanks for the new tip about embossing with the stencil. I will try this. Really pretty card with the pink and plant greens.

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