Paper Stencil – Two Ways

I cut a stencil of the paisley heart out of layering weight white cs with my Silhouette then used platinum stencil butter on white cs to get this image. The sentiment was also cut on Silhouette, added adhesive then attached. Sponged a light pink ink lightly along edges which completed this CAS. Because I had used Pixie Spray to keep the paper stencil in place it was easy to remove and was coated with the stencil butter. After letting it dry I ran it through the Xyron and attached to pink cs. Added dry ef in dotted swiss plus Silhouette created and cut sentiment. Mounted all on white cs base.

Not sure which I like better, but do love getting so much out of one cut and no stencil butter down the drain trying to clean a stencil. Thanks for sharing your time with me, now I am sharing this with:

Krafty Chicks: CAS

Shopping Our Stash: Winter Fun My card does not scream winter fun, but I had a ton of fun playing inside on this winter day.

Can You Handle the Pressure: Dots

24 thoughts on “Paper Stencil – Two Ways”

  1. Bonnie: Hey! My 1st comment will be as representative for Krafty Chicks! Thanks for sharing your amazing cards with us! Keeping side margins wide with the focus for each card in the center is a great way to keep the styling as CAS! These are lovely Valentines! –Becca/Jan. Guest Chick DT

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  2. 2nd comment: I would LOVE for you to visit 1 of the 3 challenge blogs I own–Heart’s Quest Challenge Blog–and take a look at it and possibly link your cards there. Until the 27th, it’s about Valentine’s for parent or child. From the 28th to Feb 13th, it will be romantic Valentine’s. Would love to see your artistry at HQCB. –Becca

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  3. How FABULOUS!!! I love what you have done with that stenciling, simply gorgeous!! Lots of wonderful work here, and great take on the challenge. Thanks so much for playing along with us over at Can You Handle the Pressure, hope we see you back again soon!!
    Judy~ CYHTP DT

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  4. These are beautiful and and I love that you managed to make two. We hate waste! It’s a great twist on winter fun. The first one does look wintery and icy. Thanks for Shopping your Stash with us this time.

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