Here's my card:
I made the stencilled panel first by using embossing paste through the Atomic Starbursts stencil from A Colorful Life. Once this was dry I then replaced the stencil over the paste and sprinkled on some Brusho powders and spritzed it with water.
I cut a frame for the embossed panel using two sizes of square dies. The sentiment was then stamped and I also stamped and hand cut a flower from the same Visible Image set. I popped this up onto a foam pad for extra dimension.
Here's a close up look at that embossed stencil pattern. So cool!
Stencil: A Colorful Life Designs, Atomic Starbursts
Embossing: Dreamweaver paste
Inks: Brusho, turquoise, ultramarine; Memento, tuxedo black
Stamp: Visible image, Random Act of Kindness
Die: Lawn Fawn, large stitched square stackables
Pens: copic, B02, BV01, BV11
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And keep crafting!
Oooo Jane - this is really great! Love love love the background!ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous, Jane! Jo xReplyDelete
Gorgeous card, Jane! I love the effects of Brushos with the Atomic Starbursts pattern...WOW! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CAS Stencil!ReplyDelete
OMG Jane...Gorgeous stenciled and embossed with paste and Brushos background for your beautiful fussy cut flower. TFS and joining us at CAS Stencil Card Challenge. Hugs..NancyReplyDelete
Wonderful angles on your pasted stenciling Jane - so pretty in the blue and white and the great font on that sentiment complements the angles and lines wonderfully! Thanks for playing with CAS Stencil this month! xxReplyDelete
Fantastic card, love the stencil and it's perfect with your fussycut flower, love the burst of blue from the brushos. Thankyou for playing along at CAS Stencil, Cathy xReplyDelete
Fabulous card Jane, love the Brushos over the stenciled paste, thanks for sharing with CAS StencilReplyDelete