Saturday, 31 May 2014

For The Boyz

Hello.  Welcome.  The witching hour has come and gone but a timely reminder has me offering up a last minute make to the Stamplorations sketch challenge.  Revisiting stencil bumping with my old friends DI Walnut Stain and Dreamweavers Embossing Paste but a whole different look....

I used Prima patterened paper from the Craftsman collection and a Prima stencil.  The stamps are Kort og Godt.  I stamped the boy and the sentiment, masked them, then applied DI Walnut stain through the stencil.  Then I bumped it and added the yellow embossing paste.  I mounted the panel on a black card base

Joining the fun at
STAMPlorations Sketch Challenge 12
StampARTic Challenge 235 - Use Stencils 
Eclectic Paperie ePlay Challenge - Get Stenciled 
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - The Artsy Stamp 
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes 

Thanks for dropping by.  Have a great weekend.  Hugs


  1. This is a great masculine card! The colors are perfect and so is the image! Thank you so much for joining us at the Simon Says Wednesday Challenge Blog! :)

  2. Awesome card! Love the colors and that die-cut! Super masculine card. Thanks so much for playing with us at STAMPlorations!

  3. Brilliant, masculine card, Gail!

  4. Striking masculine card! Love the texture with the pop of bright color and the fun image! Thanks for playing along with us this week in the Artsy challenge at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!

  5. Wow! LOVE the colors and masculine details! Fantastic card! THX for playing with us at the ePlay stencil challenge!
    Sue Lelli

  6. Another fun project :) Thanks for entering the challenge over at StampARTic. Best regards from Kirsten


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