Die-cut Turn Stencil, How?

Hello everyone!!  I’m here today with Papertrey Ink Make it Monday #179: Emboss Resist Using Diecut.

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I’m so excited to be able to play along with them this week.  I’ve been so busy that I haven’t had a chance to play with them in awhile.

I’m also playing along with Simon Says Stamp: Create Your Own Background!

wed-newchallenge-header Laura Bassen showed us how to stretch our die cuts by using them as a stencil to emboss resist!  I had so much fun creating this card.

Take a look at my card:

Hello Someone Loves You

1. I used Papertrey Ink’s Circle Die Cover Plate to create my background.

Stencil made

2. I  die cut the cover plate and taped it down over my Neenah Solar White Card Stock card panel.

3. I applied the Versamark Ink directly on top of my circle stencil.

4. I added Hero Arts White Embossing powder to the versamark card panel.  I heat set it.

5. I blended Papertrey Ink Summer Sunrise, Hibicus Burst and Pure Poppy with my Mini Ink Blending Tool on my embossed card base.

6. I used a damp napkin and wiped of the ink from my embossed circle so that they look nice and white.

7. I cut two scribbles out of vellum using the Papertrey Ink’s Circle Scribbles Die.

8. I cut two hello’s from Lawn Fawn Scripty Hello Die out of Stampin’ Up! Basic Black cardstock.

9.  I stamped my sentiment from Papertrey Ink Wet Paint III on Neenah Solar White cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink.

10. I adhered the scribbles down with Tombo Multipurpose Glue, then added the hello die on top of that. I added the stamp sentiment underneath the hello.

11. I added Wink of Stella to the hello die cut.

I think this card turned out very pretty.  I love how the colors blended together.  So tell me what you think.

Supplies used:

PTI Circle Cover PlateclassiccrestsolarwhtieVersaMarkHero Arts White Embossing PowderPTI Summer Sunrise InkHibiscus Burstpure poppyBlending toolPTI Circle Scribbles DieScripty Hello Basic BlackWet Paint 3 Memento Black InkWink of Stella clearTombow Multi-Purpose Adhesive

Thank you for stopping by!

~Kymona

 

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20 thoughts on “Die-cut Turn Stencil, How?

  1. …this is a hopeful card…a reminder that the recipient is special despite the difficulties of the day. Its like “hello”, [don’t forget that] someone loves you”…i like it:)

  2. This absolutely rocks!! So pleased with how it turned out!! Way to go on making that background and making it in such vibrant colors!! Love that Circle Scribbles die! Really pretty on cards and awesome on this one!! Love your work!!

    • Hey Taunya!! Thank you so much for your awesome comment. You should so try this technique. It was easy to do. That Circle Scribbles die, is so versatile. You must get it. I’m an enabler, don’t mind me.

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  4. I love your card, fabulous background, love the colours you used !

    Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Wednesday Challenge this week.

    Jo x

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