Thursday, July 31, 2014

Stamping on Stencils


I found a "new-to-me" technique video while browsing Pinterest the other day and couldn't wait to give it a go and then share the results with all of you.

I grabbed some simple supplies and got to work.

1. Geometrics stencil and a stiff bristled paint brush (hardware store find)


2. Time of your Life Borders and Backgrounds stamps


3. Hybrid Ink Pads: Lagoon, Leaf, and Amethyst


4. Wild Flowers distressed script stamp.


5. Follow the video instructions and admire the amazing results!

Tip: Select a stencil with large open areas.
6. Create a card with a layout design by Gloria found here.

Versailles blue, Wisteria purple and Ornamental shimmer green circles
Gear stamp from Time of your Life Part Deux UM set
I hope you like this fun technique and will give it a try.

Julie

20 comments:

  1. Very fun technique - love your colors and the finished card is beautiful Julie :) TFS!

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  2. This certainly does not look like a "typical" CS card, and I don't mean that in a bad way. This card is very lovely Julie, and full of interest.

    pat-czap

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    1. Thanks Pat, I think, LOL! I love the mottled distress feel and all the layers. :)

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    2. With CS there is ALSB and ALCM...lots of straight lines...which is totally ok by me. This card is refreshing in it's own way, and I like that! You are thinking outside the box, so to say, and using your CS supplies in a unique way.
      That should be a challenge to all of us! Use what you have in different ways.

      pat-czap

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  3. I watched the video, and the examples were very cool. Thanks for sharing.

    pat-czap

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  4. Love the technique and will definitely be trying it soon! The card design with the circles is great, too.

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  5. Totally fun card Julie, love layering up all of our great Club Scrap tools and supplies!! Purple and green are one of my favorite color combos to boot! Thanks for all the inspiration again!

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  6. Beautiful card, Julie and a fun technique!

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  7. Love it, right up my alley right now and need to go find that stamp, I forgot all about it! Thanks and such a pretty card.

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  8. Very cool technique! Thanks for sharing the video Julie. Your cards are awesome.

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  9. Julie, you always have such cool projects! I will use this technique on my next project. Thanks!

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  10. I love the technique and CS and provided us everything we need to make some beautiful backgrounds! Thanks Julie!

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  11. Love this! Can't wait to try this.

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  12. Julie, this is yummy! TFS! Thanks for linking the video too--I watched it immediately AND bookmarked it--in my "craft techniques" folder which has about a million unwatched videos....

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