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Stencilled blooms

Last week I used a new stamp and new dies from MFT to create some dotted stitched blooms cards. As I had die cut the leaves and flowers from my painted panel without separating the dies I was left with a negative panel. It was quite pretty painted in party dress, bellini and shea butter inks but I decided to use it as a stencil not as a feature. I taped it over a piece of neenah solar white paper and sponged three CP inks through the leaf, flower and dot spaces. I used party dress, bellini and juniper mist inks and overlapped them in places. Unfortunately the stencil moved half way through so I started getting some shadow effects – not a problem – I gave several shapes shadow effects. You can see the depth of colour the Catherine Pooler inks give. I have now watercoloured with them and sponged with them, two techniques you’ll see me apply often. I like the results I am getting so I’ll keep putting them through their paces (and add a few more to my current collection of five).

With such bold colours and shapes in the background I needed to make my sentiment stand out. I cut the word friend from orange cardstock, embossed it in clear and added it to two stacked pink foam die-cuts.  I added part of a sentiment below in juniper mist ink. To tie that in I matted the whole panel in dark blue and added it to a white card base.

I have one more card  made with the last of my three dotted panels; you’ll see that later in the week. Thanks for dropping by.

Supplies

Stamps: Anything but basic friendship set (MFT)

Dies: MFT stitched blooms, MFT friend duo

Inks:  Catherine Pooler’s bellini, party dress, juniper mist, versamark
   
Paper:  neenah solar white, dark blue

Also:  glue, clear embossing powder

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3 Comments on “Stencilled blooms”

  1. Pat says:

    Very pretty and beautifully inked flowers Heather, and a great idea to the use the negative piece as a stencil, and I love the way using the three colours one blends into the next from dark to light. x

  2. Karen Jackson says:

    I really like the part where the stencil moved Heather and you have shadow effect. I think it might have been too crisp without the happy accident.The C P inks are beautiful colours but quite strong. Your sentiment works well. I like that you were able to use the negative as a stencil. Two for one is always good.

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