Miss Ink Stamps – Some Days…

Hey friends! Thanks for stopping by again today. I’m over on the Miss Ink Stamps blog with a new-to-me idea on stenciling and some more of those wonderful Alice in Wonderland stamps! I hope you enjoy it!

For today’s card, I inked up the enchanted stencil with a couple of peachy-red inks and tealy-blue inks. I tried to have them meet just shy if center on my panel so I could put my focus on the upper section of the card. After the panel was inked, I die cut it with a Newton’s Nook scalloped rectangle from the Frames & Flags die set.

After a teammate, Lynnea, had layered her stencils a while ago I’ve been enamored with the idea and wanted to try it with this card. So I taped my panel to the back of the Sparkles stencil and spread glazed pewter Metallix Gel through it. I removed the stencil and set my panel aside to dry.

I stamped and colored an image from Alice with my copic markers and fussy cut her out. Then I chose a sentiment from Wonderland Wisdom, stamped and heat embossed it in silver on a vellum strip. I added foam tape to the back of my stenciled panel and wrapped my sentiment around it. Then I popped it on a white card base and added my Alice image with foam squares.

Have you ever layered stencils like this that aren’t “meant” for each other? I think it’s a fantastic idea and challenge you to give it a try! It extends the use of your goodies and will make you think outside the box. It’s so fun!

Products used on today’s card:
Alice stamps
Wonderland Wisdom stamps
Sparkles stencil
Enchanted stencil
Newton’s Nook Frames & Flags dies
Thermoweb Metallix Gel – glazed pewter

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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