Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Stencils and Texture with Martha!

Hello crafty friends, Martha Lucia here to share with you a card that I made using the papers from the new collection of Quick Quotes.

Yes, these are decorated papers but I decided to work on them with my stencils and PowderPuff Chalk Ink to create different designs over them. Take a look at my card:

MAKE A WISH STENCILED CARD

Creating this card was very fun and easy. I simply took a piece of Anchors Aweigh 100 and secured it to the Heart and Flowers Stencil Girl using masking tape. I played around with the paper and the stencil to have the flowers in the position that I wanted.

MAKE A WISH STENCILED CARD

Then, with Clarity Brushes I applied the PowderPuff Chalk Inks until I had the perfect color mix for the flowers. I used Aqua to enhance some parts of the free design areas,  Desert Sun for the center of the flowers, Pixie Pink for the petals and Berry Jam to enhance the beginning of the petals.

MAKE A WISH STENCILED CARD

The sentiment is a combination of words included on the stamp set from Altenew that I stamped using Mahogany.

To obtain a darker color on this, I re-stamped several times using the MISTI tool. To finalize the card I created a layer using the pink side of Winter Bliss 102 that is also part of our Club Q this month.

I love this color and it combines perfectly with my stenciled flowers. I also decorated the left corner with a 3D flower that I created using two Lotus Blossom die cuts that I cut from the new paper Mulberry 105.

MAKE A WISH STENCILED CARD

I decorated the center of the lotus with a flower that I made using White Makin's Clay that I sponged and colored with PowderPuff Chalk Ink in Buttercup.

MAKE A WISH STENCILED CARD


Quick Quotes Products:
Anchors Aweigh 100
Winter Bliss 102
Mulberry 105
PowderPuff Chalk Inks: Aqua, Desert Sun, Pixie Pink, Berry Jam, Mahogany and
Buttercup

Other Products:
Heart and Flowers by Stencil Girl
Super Scrip 2 by Altenew
MISTI
Lotus Blossom Die Cut
White Makin's Clay


Thank you for stopping by and see you soon with other ideas to use your papers and inks!!!
Martha Lucia
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