Friday 1 October 2021

Introducing... Stencil - Flower Power #1

This is a busy day on my blog but this is the post to showcase the latest stencil release from Uniko.
Here's how I used it.

Yesterday saw the launch of the new Christmas sentiments, so I made a whole batch of backgrounds using these and some of the older sentiment stamps. I made a whole batch whilst the stamps were in my MISTI, more of them later! This background was clear embossing over blue card, but you can use what ever you want to, some panels were embossed with white over stripes and others using clear and different festive coloured card. For more ideas on this theme check out this post.
I made the white snowflake pattern by laying the Flower Power stencil over the edge of the panel and inked through with Hero Arts Unicorn white ink. When dry, I left it overnight, I carefully rubbed away the excess ink away from the embossed text and trimmed it down before adding to an A6 white note card. With all the sentiments in the background, I felt another sentiment was superfluous!
So what do you think? For more fab inspiration check out the girls below.

Julie -
that's me

See you tomorrow for the final introduction.


  1. Such a lovely card. Great use of the stencil. X

  2. A fabulous card and I can see it in red and green too!! x

  3. I really like this. Very effective.


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