Circle stars and fireworks!

by admin

Dear you all,

How about some designs with this month’s awesome novelties?

This post will be about the new amazing stencils and how I used them.

Let’s start with two cards.

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The first one is a birthday card.

Fireworks seemed to be the perfect design to use as a main part of my background.

 

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I filled in the Fireworks stencil with modeling paste, and then painted my background with a watercoloured Rainbow.

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scrapfx-luckie-carte-4The stars were outlined out of the Seeing Stars chipboard.

Item used:

Fireworks stencil,

Seeing Stars,

Happy Birthday D

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My second card is a “get well soon” card for a really sick lady I know.

I picked up the Flying Geese because I realy felt the way they fly was a message of hope.

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I used the same technique as the card above. I used modeling paste over my Circle Star stencil and watercolours.

scrapfx-luckie-carte-7with a pencil, I outlined every circle from the stars, I think ths adds up a bit of volume.

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Item used Circle Star stencil, Clear Clouds, Flying Geese.

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My last design for this month is a layout. once again, my method with the stencils is exactly the same.

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Before adding watercolours on my background, I stamped the Chevron Border stamp with drawing gum and peeled it off avec painting. I just love the way they look sparkling white!

 

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Item used: Circle Star stencil,

Simply Adorable,

Chevron Border stamp,

Letter & Number Rings stamps

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I hope you liked these.

Have a nice day!

2 Responses to “Circle stars and fireworks!”

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