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Oh, Joy! Layering Stencils

Hello friends! I’m sharing a mini slimline card I created by layering stencils to make a scene. I’ve been enjoying ink blending with stencils recently and was challenged by Share Handmade Kindness’ January Challenge of layering stencils.

I started with the Stamplorations Beyond the Tree stencil on the bottom and the Waffle Flower Sunburst stencil on top and ink blended. I used copic markers to color the images from The Greeting Farm and fussy cut them out. I die cut out the black mat and the ink blended background with GKD Master Layout 7 dies. I also cut out a small hill and die cut the bottom with the same die so the stitched marks would match the background stitched marks. Lastly, I chose a sentiment that wasn’t as Christmas-y, so the card could be used for other occasions. It’s one way to extend your Christmas stamps.

  • Supplies
    • Stamp: The Greeting Farm Merry & Bright
    • Die: Gina K Designs Master Layout 7
    • Stencil: STAMPlorations Beyond the Trees Stencil, Waffle Flower Sunburst Stencil
    • Ink: Gina K Designs Sweet Corn, Peach Bellini, Dusty Rose, Wild Wisteria, Blue Denim, In the Navy, Obsidian Amalgam Ink

Thank you for stopping by and hopefully you get challenged to create something too. Happy crafting.


2 thoughts on “Oh, Joy! Layering Stencils”

  1. Thanks so much for sharing your amazing art in our challenges. I’m delighted to have you play along wiht us.
    Karen L
    Word Art Wednesday

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  2. Stunning background.
    Thank you so much for entering our challenge this week at CRAFT Challenge, looking forward to see you again next challenge.
    Hugs Sheryl xx CRAFT DT

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