Today I have chosen the Never Stop Dreaming stencil from Altenew. I started to colour with pink diamond over all the flowers. After that I used pinkalicious on the lower portion of the petals to give some depth. With the second layer of petals I used citrus burst and Sunkissed in the same manner. Then came the next stencil, the leaves which I used limeade and bamboo. After I finished stencilling I used my pencil crayons to outline both flowers and leaves. To finish off the card I used some background paper, then made a black frame and placed it at an angle and stamped my greeting. Placed foam on the flowers to give the card some dimension.
Stencil Flowers with Ink Blending
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Hi my name is Dianne, my husband and I live in outside of Edmonton Alberta, Canada. We are blessed with three children and six grandchildren, all of whom I have enjoyed making different things for. The last few years has been canning from our garden and cards. Now that I'm retired I have time to do what I love doing, making cards. Cards that are layered or clean simple cards, usually with a floral theme. Movement with colour is important to me, and I spend a lot of time watching how the colours in the sky change, reflections in the water. No matter where one looks we can see variations of colour. This year I am going to be learning how to Improve my card making on a more professional level. View all posts by hugsprayerscards