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Simple Stenciled Cards

A stencil provides a cosmic glimpse.
I had two new Stencils from The Crafter's Workshop arrive in the mail only yesterday so it was a quick project needed to showcase them for you today.  I immediately had ideas pour into my head particularly for the beautiful 6 x  6 Constellations Stencil by Carmen Medlin. 

I new I had some uplifting and inspirational star and light related quotes in my stash of stamps so these were my starting point for my quick card makes I am sharing with you today.
I stamped and embossed my quotes in white onto black cardstock that I had cut down to card front size.

I then cut a mask to cover my quotes so I could stencil over the black card using the Constellations Stencil.  I did this using some white gesso and a sponge.

I then stamped and cut out a star and colored this with some yellow paint and my finger.  While these were drying I sponged a little white and yellow paint through my constellation also.
Once my paint was dry I added a little glitter and popped my stars up on my constellation background.  I then stuck my now finished card front onto a yellow cardstock base.

And in very little time I have two cosmic looking cards.  Be sure to pop back each day this month for more stencil inspiration from the Design Team and The Crafter's Workshop.

Danie xx


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