Stained Glass Cats | Month of Celebration

We are almost at the end of the Month of Celebration, and I today I found myself short on time and wanting to create something that would be quick to make but also quick to do as a video. If you’re not sure what the month of celebration is, I’m celebrating both reaching 2000 subscribers on my YouTube channel, and it being my birthday month. All month long I’m going to be creating videos, and the more you comment on the more chances you’ll have to win a prize! Check out the original video to hear all about it, then leave a comment on the video, and head over to the Rafflecopter to confirm your entry. Commenting on today’s video is just one way to get an extra entry towards the prize draw.

I started by positioning STAMPlorations’ Kitty Slimline Stencil over a panel of white card. I them used finger daubers to sponge ink into each of the segments. I alternated colours and used Tutti Frutti, Tiki Torch, Tiara, Lime Rickey, Something Borrowed and Flirty Fuschia.

Once I had all of the segments ink blended I moved the panel away from the stencil. I then spritzed water onto the stencil to activate the ink, before pressing it onto a second panel of card, creating a soft pastel impression for my second card.

After cleaning the stencil I placed it back over my ink blended panel and applied embossing ink over the design so that I could clear heat emboss it. I then rubbed Midnight ink across the panel to turn it black, before using a cloth to wipe the powder off of the embossing letting the colour shine through once more.

Finally I trimmed my panels down and added double sided tape to the back. For the bright ink blending on a black background infused a white card base, and for the more pastel cat on the white background I used a black card base.


I hope you like the cards! I’d love to know which of the two you prefer. Despite both using the same coloured inks and the same stencil I think they turned out looking quite different from one another. Don’t forget to leave a comment over on YouTube, and complete the Rafflecopter for a chance to win my giveaway prize for the Month Of Celebration.

Love,

Charlotte E (Lady Joyful)



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Challenges:

Cat Lovers Hop – Cats!

Creative Confetti – Embossing

Polkadoodles Craft Challenge – Anything Goes

STAMPlorations CAS Challenge – Anything Goes

STAMPlorations Never Ending Anything Goes Challenge – Anything Goes


47 thoughts on “Stained Glass Cats | Month of Celebration

  1. Oh my gosh!! I HAD to watch your video on the embossing! That stained glass kitty has just blown me way! wow! I love the soft water colour look one too! I cant pick a favourite because they are so different and yet so beautiful! WOW again! Happy hopping from Cat Lovers!

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  2. Ooooooh…I love your stained glass kitty cards, Charlotte! The colors are so vivid against the black on the first one. I adore the pretty pastel look of the second one….very clever technique! I think I have a Gift code for Stamplorations….guess what I might have to buy with it! Thank you for your enabling! Ha.

    I have been slow visiting everyone, but I am delighted to be making my rounds and seeing what all the Hoppers have shared. Thank you so much for joining in the feline fun at our #2020CatLoversHop!!
    โค J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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