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Thursday, September 03, 2020

{Spotlight Project} Monika does 3-D Look Stencilling


Hello STAMPlorations Friends! It's Monika back with another Spotlight feature. You might have noticed that the Confetti #1 stencil is fast becoming one of my favourites. I just love how versatile it is. For today's card I made it pop with a 3D look.

Here it is:


Aren't the stars and dots popping off the page? Let me take you through the process on how it came about.



I used three colours which would blend well together, Aurore, Cire and Grenadine Izink inks.
Placing my stencil slightly to the left on my piece of card, I first sponged the yellow ...


... before slightly offsetting the stencil a little to the right and up and sponging with orange.



I offset the stencil again and added the red.



To finish, I layered on a red base card and added a die-cut skinny sentiment.



Here are the STAMPlorations products I used in today's card:

preview-confetti1-slimline.png preview-skinnysentiments.png

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This finishes today's Spotlight Post. Wishing you a lovely day. Stay safe and healthy!
hugs
Monika xxx

12 comments:

  1. Thanks for the technique and using little supplies....well done

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  2. Very cool technique and I like the colors.

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  3. Nice explanation of the effect of offsetting the stencil.

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  4. lovely technique and great for beautiful background. Thank you for sharing.

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  5. Oh how stunning - love it
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  6. This really neat looking. You chose the perfect colors for this tech.

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  7. Very cool! I bought this stencil (along with others, of course!) so I love seeing your inspiration using it.

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