Thursday, April 14, 2022

{Throwback Thursday} Pairing Stencils and Dies for Fab Cards

     

Hey, STAMPlorations friends! It's time for a new Throwback Thursday post courtesy of the super-creative Craftyfield!

  

Hello stampers!
My inspiration for today's Thursday Throwback is Shirley's gorgeous dragonfly card:

You can see the original Inspiration Tuesday post here.

First my take of Shirley's make with the Flutter Zen 1 Layering Dies instead of the dragonfly.



Here I used my top favorite Brusho, Moss Green, which combines green and violet pigments, along with more violet and Cerise Infusion (Paper Artsy) with the ARTplorations stencil Senecio 1 (Sanna Lippert Designs).

My next card, is the positive of that first image, as this time I use the stencil part to apply the powders:


Here I used Rusty car Infusion (Paper Artsy) and the Turquoise Blue Brusho. The die cut butterfly colours have also been reversed.

For my last card I tested the technique with a different stencil, Beyond the Trees – ARTplorations Slimline stencil and a different focal die-cut using the For the Birds Dies.
As you can guess I love this simple design that just showcase the beauty of the stencil and die-cut, it is also an idea that can be adapted to many stencils/dies combinations.

I hope I have inspired you! Do come back in 4 weeks for another Throwback Thursday!


Craftyfield

11 comments:

  1. Such beautiful cards! Loving the different backgrounds!

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  2. Fab ways to use
    the stencils.
    The cards are
    lovely.
    Carla from Arizona

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  3. What great use of the stencils with the pigment powders!!
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  4. WOW, I love the artsy way you made these. They are sooo cool!

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  5. Great technique share. I like the combinations.

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous!!! Thank you for the inspiration with these 3 beautiful samples using this clever technique Christine!

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  7. These are all gorgeous. Great technique tips. Hugz

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