Thursday, April 30, 2020

Stairway to the Stars

Hi everyone!

It's my day to post on the Technique Junkies Design blog, and I wanted to share two cards using 'Stairway to the Stars', and the 'Messy Diamond Grid' Stencil.

For this first card, the girl, stars and sentiments were masked off, and the stenciling was done with Distress Oxide Inks. I then removed the masks, and stamped the girl again. I liked how it sorta gave her a shadow...

For this card, I simply misted the above stencil with water, and flipped it over onto a white panel. After the ink dried, I stamped everything in a bright blue ink. Next time, I will mask the girl off, so the stencil doesn't show through!

Hope you love this stamp as much as I do!!!

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This was so easy to create! Hope you will give it a try!

Now, be sure to head over to the Technique Junkies store and check out the incredible new stamps this month! 

Thanks for stopping by,

Patti J.


Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

These are beautiful! LOVING that sentiment!

Lynne in NI said...

Oh wow, these are absolutely gorgeous Patti, LOVE your stencil and that silhouette image is so pretty. Hope you and your family are all well x

Beth Norman-Roberts said...

Very pretty Patti. I love how you used the stencils in the background. It really accents your stamps.

Verna Angerhofer said...

Both are so beautiful and well designed. I love that silhouette image of the girl and also that is a great sentiment.

Lena said...

Beautiful stencil backgrounds. Just perfect to showcase your sweet stamp.
Have a great day and stay well!
♥ Lena
Lena’s Creations

Cheryl W said...

Your cards are both great! I love using stencils, but hadn't thought of spritzing them and placing them onto a plain white panel for a second image. So clever!

Glittered Paws said...

Absolutely love this image - in fact as soon as I get done commenting I am of to order it, I think it would make a perfect graduation card. May even get the stencil as well. Love both of the stamps but especially the first one where there is a slight shadow around the girl. Great job.