This clever stencil set allows you to easily layer inks to create a pretty floral pattern! I used stormy sky, chipped sapphire, spun sugar, picked raspberry, and abandoned coral distress oxide inks to ink the stencil. After it dried I added a layer of moonstone glimmer paste to the top layer to add a little shimmer and sparkle to my flowers.
I set it aside to dry completely while I stamped the sentiment from the new Happy Birthday set. I love how the set has two big happy birthday sentiments in a variety of fonts and then lots of little messages to build a bigger sentiment! I stamped mine with versamark on navy cardstock and heat-embossed it with white embossing powder. Then I used the coordinating die for the large sentiment and trimmed down the smaller sentiment to a thin label. I popped those up with foam tape and that was it! These stencils make creating cards super quick and easy and you could do all sorts of color combinations to make different sets of cards!
And that’s it for today! I’ll have more to share later this month but I hope my card inspired you and I’d love to know your favorite products from the January release!!
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