Monday, 19 May 2014

Love Your Mummy

Hello.  Welcome.  Over at Joan's Touch the recipe this week is a stencil and two patterned papers.  Joan used the bump technique and I have never had so much success with this but I thought I'd give it a go.  

I used TCW Mini Numerals stencil and Distress Walnut Stain on Making Memories Noteworthy paper

I bumped my stencil and added Dreamweaver Matt Yellow Embossing Paste

The little mummy from The Greeting Farm Spooktacular rubber stamp set, fussy cut and matted onto Making Memories Spook Alley paper.  The sentiment is computer generated and tinted with DI Dried Marigold. 

Joining the fun at

Thanks for your visit.  Have a great day.  Hugs


  1. Gail, you did it and it looks great. Cute card.
    Thanks for joining us at Joan's Touch for this week's challenge.

  2. Great use of incorporating a numbers stencil with a card. I have such a hard time and tend to create cards the traditional way (without any mixed media). Love how this card turned out. Great stenciled background. Thanks so much for playing along with us in our May ePlay Challenge.

  3. love that little guy. hugs from california

  4. Gail, you made such a great card with that technique! LOVE all of the numbers! THX for playing with us in the eclectic Paperie ePlay Stencil Challenge!

  5. Te ha quedado genial y esa momia si que da miedo...jejeje

  6. wonderful stenciling, love the little mummy so cute.

    Sylv xx


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