Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Challenge Your Stencil


Once a month, the Challenge Your Stash group has a challenge (chosen by one of the members of the group) - and we can only use what we have in our stash. No shopping allowed.

Kelly had a great theme for us this month.

Let me "stencil you in!" Use a stencil somewhere/somehow on your card.

Now some of the gals had to get creative since they didn't own any actual stencils... but I had no problem, since I have quite a few stencils.

I knew one that I wanted to use for sure... the Stamp Anniething Wave Edge stencil. You might wonder why. Simple really. I was in a swap with Stamp Anniething on Facebook. They give you the name/address of someone to send a card to. And guess who got my name? Yep, Kelly! What are the chances of that, right? Well, not only did she send me an absolutely adorable card, she also sent me the Stamp Anniething Wave Edge stencil. So I knew I had to use it on my card for her "Stencil you in!" Challenge.

I do think I maybe should have done some research - looked for a Youtube tutorial - because I'm pretty sure I didn't use the stencil right. But it is what it is.



I used another stencil on the inside of my card -
My Favorite Things Sun Ray




Thanks for stopping by my blog today!


Stamp Set: Newton's Nook Gull Friend stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored with Copic Markers

Stencils: MFT Sun Ray (with SU Daffodil Delight Ink) and Stamp Anniething Wave Edge (with Ranger Tumbled Glass Distress Ink)

Papers: Recollections Black and 110# White and SU Marina Mist CS and DP from my scrap file

Embellishments: Eyelet Outlet Brads (Seagull and Seashells)

7 comments:

  1. Jeanette,love the inside stencil too! You can use Dies for this too! 🎈🐢🐒🐢

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  2. I love your card! And, I think the waves are perfect! How fun that you and Kelly were partners!

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  3. Cute way to use a stencil and I love your card. Great waves!
    Lynn

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  4. What an awesome background for these fun seagulls and the brads add such cute detailing!! Wonderful card, Jeanette!!

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  5. How fun is this stencil...and I so love the inside stencil as well. Fun and surely will put a smile on the face of the recipient!!!

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  6. Love the way you used the wave stencil Jeanette - it gives so much movement to the sea. A fabulous card
    Blessings
    Maxine

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