October 9, 2022

Autumn Card With A Layered Stencil

 Hello! Today I am sharing an Autumn card I made. I have always loved the colors of Autumn.

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I used The Crafter's Workshop Pressed Petals Layered Stencil. There are three stencils, A, B, & C, with this layered stencil. I started with the layer C stencil and some cream-colored cardstock. With the stencil lying on the cardstock, I sprinkled some The Crafter's Workshop ColorSparx in Gamboge & Marigold over the stencil and sprayed it with water to activate the powder. Then, the stencil was removed and sprayed again lightly, so the image spread slightly to look like watercolor.

I used a heat tool to dry it. Then placed the stencil back over the cardstock piece, outlined each flower with a white gel pen, and then again with a brown marker. Next, I colored the outlined areas with a Glitter Marker Pen in gold.
Using the layer B stencil and some The Crafter's Workshop Tacky-When-Dry Gel, then let it dry. Once it was dry, I used some The Crafter's Workshop Terre Verte Foil Transfer. I pressed the dull side of the foil down on top of the Tacky-When-Dry Gel and rubbed the foil to make sure it was pressed into the gel well. Then I removed the foil piece, when removed, the foil was stuck to the areas where the gel was.

The next stencil I used was layer A stencil, and I used The Crafter's Workshop Stardust Butter Champagne.

I stamped the Crackerbox Stamps Autumn Dancing stamp with VersaMark and then heat embossed it with copper embossing powder.

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