Tuesday, March 10, 2015


Eureka! I achieved a negative image of a stencil. I love the Bubbles stencil from STAMPlorations but I really like the negative image. I sprayed the stencil with a green glimmer mist. Then I pressed the stencil on newsprint. Note to self...the mist dries lighter than it goes on. I stamped a Daisy from STAMPlorations Bloom Sketches set. Then, I cut it out, colored the center and added some bling. I dipped the cardstock in Mowed Lawn DI and then spritzed it to try to get different texture on the cardstock.

It has been fun learning about stencils and using them. They can create great backgrounds.
Daisy is posted to:
STAMPlorations http://stamplorations.blogspot.com/p/stamplorations-anything-goes-challenge.html
Simon Says (B is for bloom)http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/mondaychallenge/?p=2488


  1. WOW! I really, really, REALLY love this card, Jerrie! Awesome stenciling - hooray!

  2. Beautiful card! What a gorgeous background! Thanks for joining along with the Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge!

  3. OH MY GOOOOOOODNESS! You are really outdoing yourself with these awesome designs, lady! And yes, the mist does dry lighter, unless you apply a layer of gesso first. Great job with the negative image! And as always - you're a STAMPlorations rockstar!

  4. I love this gorgeous daisy card!!! WOW - the way you have made it look so bright and spring-y is so awesome!!! Way to go - I am so glad I found your blog, I will be back soon for a longer visit!!! I am going to start following you by email!!! You do gorgeous work and on this card the extra details make it shine!!!

  5. Book page looks so awesome back and love your layout and those blings are just perfect. Thank you for joining STAMPlorations March Challenge, hope to see you in our next challenge too.

  6. Gorgeous!! Thanks for playing along at STAMPlorations!!