Thursday, 19 May 2016

Thanks Loll

Afternoon all.
Just popping by to share a quick make that was inspired by my friend Loll who was in turn inspired by her friend Mary and this Ellen Hutson You Tube video.
Over at CASology the theme is STENCIL and they are sponsored by STAMPlorations, so I thought I would use this Rose stencil of Shery's for the technique.
Here is the end result.


After embossing with the stencil, I inked the bottom corner with a mixture of Picked Raspberry and Spun Sugar DI then removed it to reveal the subtle embossing. I added a die cut in white with a hit of a black shadow, cut with an ancient Cuttlebug plate. A few sequins were added and the panel added to a taupe base card.

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8 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Julie! Love the tone on tone flowers for your background. Thanks for joining us at CASology this week.

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  2. This is really eyecatching Julie, the subtle embossing is fabulous and the colours you chose for the rose look really pretty together with the raised sentiment...really beautiful xx p.s it was frayed burlap DI, I find tea dye a bit orangey on some papers, although it should have been really!!

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  3. This is a very elegant card. Very delicate and feminine. Great card.
    hugs,
    BozenA

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  4. Beautiful card Jules!! LOVE this technique and now I'm looking at my stencils in a whole new way! It's a great technique. Love how you've coloured just one rose from your background --- really makes it stand out against all that gorgeous white space. We inspire each other! :) xx

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  5. What a clever way to use the stencil on the whole card, but still keep it CAS! So glad you joined us at CASology this week!

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  6. Wow such a great card. Thanks for joining us over at CAS on sunday.

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