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My cardI tried the Serenity and Rose Quartz color combination out for myself on card using the Feather More and In Every Way stamp sets along with the Awesome word die and the Lacy Layers die. Stop by my blog for more details.
What York Tee Says: I created two of my very own one-of-a-kind stencils using Rock My World Die Set and Good Stuff Die Set. I die cut the rocks all over a 41/2"x 6" cardstock randomly and I called it Rock Tee's World. I used the Rock Tee's World stencil, a few shades of purple inks and color shine mist to create the patterned rock background for my birthday card. Then, I used the stencil created by using Good Stuff Die Set to add a little touch for my calendar.Doily Square Die, In Every Way Stamp Set, Congrats Stamp Set
What Isha Says: I used the die to make my stencil and then sponged to create an almost one layer card :)Tribal Pattern Die, Amazing Word Die, Tribal Bear Stamp Set
What Tessa Says: I created a stencil by cutting the Tribal Pattern Die out of acetate. Using washi tape to hold it in place, I blended ink from the Hero Arts Grape Purple Ombre ink pad over the stencil and on to the cardstock below. The stenciling left a soft pattern of the intricate design on my card.
What Marcie Says: The gorgeous Doily Circle die just BEGS to be used as a stencil. On my main panel I used a DYE ink pad to fully ink up the cardstock, saturating it completely. After die-cutting the doily from a scrap piece of cardstock, I sprayed the back of it with a temporary adhesive and placed it on the inked panel. Using a watermark pen I coloured through the 'stencil' and then discarded it and set aside the panel to dry. As it dries, the pattern appears!Leafy Stamp Set, With Love Word Die
What Daria Says: For the first card, I used stencil to position and stamp dots on the back panel. It is actually a very fun and useful trick when you want to make your own polka dot pattern :) I also stamped lots of leaves from Leafy stamp set to mimic the background pattern from the January inspiration photo. What Daria Says: For the second one, I took a circle stencil and used it to heat emboss some circle pattern with liquid platinum embossing powder. I took for my sentiment a Waffle Flower With Love die! It is so delicate and beautiful and suits to all occasions.Lotus Stamp Set, Leafy Stamp Set Can you tell that the DT girls had some fun with stencils? Hope you will join us in our challenge too! Thank you for stopping by!
What Annette Says: I first die cut Waffle Flowers Crafts: Doily Square Die and then used it as a stencil. Using dabblers I added this fun colorful blend of colors. I then die cut the middle using the Doily Square Die and created a fun window almost like if you were going to create a shaker card just minus the sequins. Finishing off with rounding the corners.In Every Way Stamp Set; Loved Stamp Set; Tiny Wings Die
What Shelly Says: For my stenciling, I chose to make my own stencil using the Tiny Wings die. I took a piece of scrap paper and one by one placed the butterfly where I wanted it and ran it through my die cutting machine. Thus giving me my stencil.Magical Stamp Set; Holiday Labels: Merry; In Every Way Stamp Set; Surface - Tag Die - Scallop Add-on
What Laura Says: For my card I started out with a stencil made from the Tag Scallop Die. To create a "window", I inked it up with Distress Tumbled Glass, Salty Ocean and Seedless Preserves. Then I added several snowflakes and trees, embossed in different colors, for a wintery scene. Finished it off with the Magical Die in Silver paper:)
[Guest] Quyen NgoUsing: Bowtiful Stamp Set
What Quyen Says: I used distress inks in peacock feathers and tumbled glass to sponge on a template. I then repositioned the template slightly offset and used a white gelly roll pen to trace over the spaces. After the ink was dried, I stamped the sentiment and bow image (from Waffle Flower bowtiful stamp set) in VersaFine Onyx Black and heat embossed with clear embossing powder. As it was a simple card, to finish, I rounded the outer edges and put on some gems in random places for a little sparkle.___ Aren't these cards fantastic? For more details, please click on the designer's name/link! We love creating our own stencils using dies, how about you? Thank you for joining us today! Find time to create and make something today! Join the fun by linking your projects here!
[Video] Masking Technique - Card TutorialWatch it below or on Ashley's Youtube Channel here! And here is Ashley's finished card! Isn't it adorable? We love how she took inspiration from the challenge photo and the sketch to compose her card! Challenge team member Marcie, Daria and Shona are also here to share their takes on the November Waffle Flower Challenge! Join the fun by linking your projects to our challenge too! Don't forget the check out the full detail on their personal blogs! Marcie Sharp
Using a generic circle die as a mask, I masked off the centre of the card and watercoloured the light blue across the panel. Once dry, I removed it and used the negative part of the circle die to mask off the panel so I could focus on the central area of the card. Tiger & Lily coordinating dies were used with masking paper to create the island scene along with no-line watercolouring.
Using: Tiger & Lily stamp set, Tiger & Lily diesDaria Garushina
I used the leaves from Leafy Stamp Set, as I really liked the hanging leaves from the inspiration photo. At first, I masked the area with some posted notes, blended my background and then stamped the images slightly off-setting them... I wanted to achieve a more graphic modern look :)
Using: In Every Way Stamp Set, Leafy Stamp Set, Leafy DieShona Chambers
Using: Stocking Stamp Set, Stocking Die
---Thank you for sharing with us, ladies! We love the variety in how you have applied the masking technique! Such inspiration! XOXO Join us by linking your projects here! Find time to create and make something today!
- Create several dies with the set called ”With Love Word Die”
- Make bows with “Bowtiful” and DCWV paper
- Start with the strips of paper and bow in the middle
- Glue the dies
- Trim off the excess
- Adhere sequins and dies
- Make a bow with silver strings
- Gather colorful inks and start stamping flowers with “In Every Way” stamps
- Make 2 dies with white and black card stock
- Glue them together, but slightly offset
- After stamping the flowers, position the die
- Use a paper-piercer and a rule, start piercing the holes
- Hand-stitching the sentiment with silver thread
[Video] Painted & Stamped Stripe BackgroundYou can check it all out in the video below or in HD on YouTube. http://youtu.be/l7uNtVGkYzI
Thanks for sharing with us, Sabrina!