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I am back and today I have a set of two fun cards to show you. Thought it would be fun to do some ink-blending onto a cardstock so I used a stencil on one to create a patterned background and a die cut background for the second card.
- Stencil and Distress Ink Technique
To create this beautiful patterned background, I used the polka dot stencil and taped it down to the cardstock with a masking tape and dabbed distress inks in rainbow colors with a blending tool.
Since I enjoy making rainbow cards, so I had to try this using the stencil technique.
I have recently been loving this gold foil cardstock that I bought from a local stationery shop. I use it to add accents or sentiments on to my project. For this particular card, I used it to cut out a sentiment using the Cameo.
- Distress Inks and Die Cut Background Technique
For this Butterfly card, I cut out this Morrocon tile background using the Cameo to add texture to the card. I used some vibrant colors along with some black and blended them together to create the background.
This beautiful butterfly is from the Penny Black’s Social Butterfly stamp set.
The greeting was finished with stamping and embossing one of the small greetings from Altenew’s Many Thanks stamp set.
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