2 Stenciled Cards for Whimsy Stamps

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Hi friends. I have two cards to share with you today using fun products from Whimsy Stamps. For both cards, I am using the Dotted Rounds stencil and the Brush Script Uppercase Alphabet set of dies.

For my first card, I added some white embossing paste over the Dotted Rounds stencil onto some black card stock. I absolutely love the way this looks on the dark card stock.

After my panel was dry, I used the Brush Script Uppercase Alphabet dies and spelled out the word Hugs. I die cut each letter 3 times to stack them up for a more substantial sentiment. And that's it for this card.

And as a side note - these dies are currently on sale for only $11.99 - WOW!  And if that weren't enough, there's also the Brush Script Lowercase Alphabet, also on sale for $11.99.

For my second card, I added some glitter paste over the same Dotted Rounds stencil. There's a lot of shine and sparkle to the paste. I used the same dies as above and spelled out the word Friend. On this card, I rounded the panels of my card panel and then added some enamel dots to finish off the card.

That's it for today. Thanks for stopping by today. Crafty hugs!

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Jeanne said...

Two great cards, Alanna. I think that first card is so striking! The white dots looks fabulous against the black. I'll just bet that second card is so sparkly! I like how you added the enamel dots. Very fun. Terrific work! Hugs!

Ruth said...

What a fabulous stencil!! Just absolutely love the look on the dark card stock. Looks like those aboriginal paintings with all the dots. xx

Sharli Schaitberger said...

I would have sworn the stencil was reversed - but reading your description has convinced me! I absolutely LOVE the white dots on dark paper. The other stencil is amazing, too, for it's shiny elements - but that first one won my heart! Excellent work, Alanna!

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