Stenciling Over Patterned Paper | Happy Holidays Craft Collabs Hop | Video

Have you missed me? It has been ages since I last shared here. Life has been a bit difficult lately, but I’ve finally got myself back to crafting. I find that crafting, blogging and video making helps me to de-stress, so hopefully this will be helpful to me, and ideally you’ll enjoy what I share too! If you follow me on YouTube you’ll have seen these cards already as I got the video uploaded there earlier this week. I finally decided I should get this blog post done too, before the giveaway ends! If you’d like to enter the giveaway be sure to click through to YouTube to find out all the details.

I started with a 6×6″ piece of patterned paper, which was white with a silvery pattern of musical notation on it. I then placed the Snowflake Net stencil, from our sponsor A Colorful Life Designs, over the patterned paper. I ink blended through it with Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide and an ink blending tool.

Card 1 – Full Panel

For my first card I used one of the Never-Ending Rectangle Dies from Kat Scrappiness to cut a panel from the stenciled paper. I then dry embossed the panel with the Big Swirl stencil to add some texture. I layered the panel onto silver mirror card. I heat embossed a sentiment from Hero Arts’ Polar Greetings onto a piece of vellum using Love From Lizi Silver Dollar Embossing Powder. I trimmed the vellum down and wrapped it around the stenciled panel, before popping the whole lot up on a blue card base.

Challenges:

a2z Scrapbooking Challenge – Holidays

Craftyhazlenut’s Patterned Paper Challenge – Use Patterned Paper

Creatalicious Challenges – Anything Goes

HLS Anything Goes With Dies Challenge – Use Dies

STAMPlorations Stencil Challenge – Anything Goes

Card 2 – Using Off-Cuts

My second card uses an off-cut snippet of the stenciling for a more clean and simple design. I positioned the strip on a dark blue pencil and lined up a sentiment from Concord & 9th’s Very Merry Sentiments so that it overlapped the edge of the panel. I heat embossed it with Love From Lizi Silver Dollar Embossing Powder then adhered the panel into place, ensuring the sentiment was fully lined up. I finished off with some Silver Lining Nuvo Drops.

Challenges:

CAS Stencil – Patterned Paper

HLS Christmas Challenge – Anything Christmas and Optional: Twinkle

Merry Little Christmas Challenge – Anything Christmas Goes

Pixie’s Snippets Playground – Use Snippets

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I had a lot of fun playing with these stencils from A Colorful Life Designs, and I really like how the cards turned out. Which of the two is your favourite? Don’t forget that this is part of a hop – if you join in and comment along the way you will be in for a chance to win one of ten $15 gift certificates from our sponsor. All the details are here.

Love,

Lady Joyful

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29 thoughts on “Stenciling Over Patterned Paper | Happy Holidays Craft Collabs Hop | Video

  1. Great snippets card Charlotte and how clever you were with the sentiment. It reminds me so much of the Memory Box Christmas and Birthday dies – at no additional cost! Well done.

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  2. Wonderful double stenciling on patterned paper Charlotte! Love the beautiful sponged snowflakes and then the embossed swirl. Thaks for sharing with us at CAS Stencil!

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  3. Beautiful stenciling over your patterned paper, Charlotte. So pleased you used our CAS Stencil Challenge to destress:-) Thank you for Sharing. Hugs…Nancy

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  4. I first want to apologize for taking so long to comment. I have been on holidays and I love looking at everyone’s entries so I told the design team that I would respond to my quota of entries once I returned. I Love your paper choices. Thank you for showing us your patterned papers at Crafty Hazel Nut’s Patterned Paper Monthly Challenge – Myrna DT

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