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Adding A Two Tone Effect With Your Two Layered Stencils.

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 Well Hello,

Welcome to my blog post for Bumbleberry Crafts, today I've been using the two layer Clover stencil from Lawn Fawn.


Stitched Squares Die (Lawn Fawn)

Clover  Background Stencil (Lawn Fawn)

Butterfly Kisses Flip Flop Stamp Set (Lawn Fawn) 

A Bug Deal Stamp Set (Lawn Fawn) 

Amalgam Ink Pad (Gina K)

Inkpads In Cilantro and Artichoke (Lawn Fawn) 

Alcohol Markers (Copic)

 C01, C1, W3, W5,W7, ROO, GOO, BG23, VG23, YG17

Alcohol Friendly Cardstock (Neenah Solar White)

Black Liquorice Cardstock (Lawn Fawn)

Jelly Roll White 10 Pen (Sakura)

Ocean Breeze Crystals (Honey Bee Stamps)

6 x 6 "Card Blank


Lay down the 1st stencil the one with the hearts on it, and blend on Cilantro ink.

Next add your darker green ink with a blending brush to the 2nd stencil which you have lined up over the original stencilled image.

Die cut out your  stencil pattern out with a 4 1/2 " square and also and a 2 1/2 " square out of white card stock. Align these on your card blank.

On a sperate piece of cardstock stamp and colour your different images, die or fussy cut them out. Add mounting tape behind them and precision them on to your card.
Next stamp your greeting on white card stock in black ink then add black card mount behind and add sentiment to your work.

Inside The Card Reads "Get Well Soon"
Happy Paper Crafting

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  • Karen Erickson on

    Cute cards

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