Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Stenciled background - 2 cards



I made these two cards in time of one card. I blended distress inks in rainbow order on a white panel. Then placed the hero arts stencil over the panel and sponged same inks over the stencil to make the image to pop a little bit, then sprayed pearlised water to give subtle shimmer to the stenciled area.

Once the panel dried i cut it into two pieces.

Card #1

One panel i used on a navy card base. I cut out a circle from the stenciled panel then used another smaller circle to cut out smaller circle. Mounted it on card base with foam tape. Stamped the sentiment from Avery elle - Thanks a bunch with black ink on the circle cut out n mounted it with foam tape.

This is my card..

Card #2

I used another panel and cut out heart shape. Adhered the panel on card base with glue runner then mounted the heart shape with foam tape. Heat embossed the sentiment from avery elle - get well stamp set and mounted it with foam tape.

I am entering both cards to

A blog named hero March challenge

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  1. Nice blending, beautiful card! Thanks for sharing at ATCAS!

  2. your rainbow colors are absolutely gorgeous - so lovely and vibrant - two wonderful cards, Swapna! thanks for joining us at A Blog Named Hero this month!

  3. Really gorgeous cards, Swapna! I love how vibrant and fun the colors are on your panels, and your designs are just beautiful! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at Addicted to CAS!

  4. Beautiful stenciling Swapna! Love the way you offset the heart.
    Thanks so much for playing along at Paru's Card Making Challenges!

  5. Brilliant, love the colour blending and how you have used the pieces. Both look fantastic.

  6. Swapna, great rainbow cards! You created absolutely beautiful patterns with Distress inks blending. Thanks for sharing with us at Addicted to CAS. - Sweet Kobylkin