December 30, 2021

Simple Valentine's Day Cards Using A Stencil

 Hello! Today I am sharing a couple of simple Valentine's Day cards using a stencil.

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Using some The Crafter's Workshop TCW9051 Watercolor Paper Pack cut down to 5" x 3.75" and laying The Crafter's Workshop TCW936 Messy Writing Stencil onto the watercolor paper then spraying it with some color spray. Spraying heavier on the bottom corner and lighter towards the top corner.

After spraying quickly pick up the stencil and place paper to the side to dry. The stencil should still have a lot of color spray on it and instead of wasting it, lay the stencil down making sure that the wettest part of the stencil is facing up.

Then lay another piece of watercolor paper down onto the stencil. Make sure to press the paper down onto the stencil well so the color spray is soaked up into the paper. Then pull the paper back up off of the stencil.

Here is what both card fronts look like after drying.

Next, I die cut out a heart from white cardstock and adhered it to the center of each one of the card fronts. Then over the heart, I stamped the Sending Love sentiment from The Crafter's Workshop TCW2201 Sending Love 4x6 Clear Stamps Set and some of the hearts that are also from the set using VersaFine Clair Glamorous Ink. Then adhered the card front to red cardstock from the Peppermint Smooth Cardstock Paper Pack and then to an A2 card base. I also randomly added some Clear Nuvo Crystal Drops.

Which one is your favorite?

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