So here is my stenciled card as promised. I used a heart stencil and colored pencils and colored each heart in with different colors randomly. I loved how this card came out. The hearts are much smaller. I was able to double the amount of hearts on my card. This was fun to make because I went back to the basics, Coloring.
All of the supplies are the same except the heart stencil and the color pencils.
Let me know which one of my cards you like best.
So today is day 2 of my 4 day stencil class. I’m learning a lot. Today’s class we learned different techniques on how to use stencils. I tried a couple of them and didn’t like the results so I’m going to keep trying until I get it right. There was one technique that was easy enough not to mess up. Guess what that technique is? It’s so simple, you will laugh. Have you guessed it yet? Well here is the answer, its COLORING. Yes, simple children’s play, Coloring with colored pencils!! How could I mess that up?
The stencil used to make that card, I didn’t have. I’m going to get that stencil today, but in the meantime, I had a heart stamp that would do just fine. So, I made a card with the heart stamp from the ” Perfect Pennants” stamp set. I love how the card came out. The heart stamp is so full and small to me. I want to stamp it everywhere! I cant wait to see how it will look once I stencil the hearts. Take a look at the stamped card.
How precious!! I used the new in-colors ink pads to create the color hearts. Aren’t those colors yummy! Tell me what you think of my stamped image.
Basic Black CS
Whisper White CS
Scallop Edge Border Punch
Basic Black Stampin’ Write
I also used the new Decorative Dots Textured Impressions Embossing Folder which is in the new Sale-A-Bration catalog which will go live in the 28th of January. If you need a catalog, please let me know.
I will post my stenciled card later today so you can compare the difference of both cards!