July 26, 2022

Christmas In July Stenciled Card

 Hello! Today I have a fun artsy stenciled Christmas Tree card.

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I started with a piece of The Crafter's Workshop TCW9051 Watercolor Paper and used The Crafter's Workshop TCW936 Messy Writing Stencil with The Crafter's Workshop TCW9052 Super Thick Gel.

Once the gel was dry, I sprinkled on some The Crafter's Workshop ColorSparx in TCW9057 Poolside, TCW9058 Alpine, and TCW9059 Grassland. Then misted it with some water. The Crafter's Workshop TCW9052 Super Thick Gel creates a resist to the ColorSparx, so I blotted it slightly to remove some of the colors from the gel.

Next, I matted my card front with gold cardstock, added a die-cut sentiment, and added some bling, and my artsy card was done.

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