Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Stenciled Tulips


Hi everyone.  Quick post today ...

I used a cut file from Silhouette America to make my own tulip stencil for this card.  Love how this turned out!  I used the colors from SCS Color Challenge #471 - use at least three from this group of colors - black, pistachio pudding, crisp cantaloupe, pool party, sahara sand and summer starfruit.  These are all SU! colors but as long as you use similar colors, that's fine.  I don't have the pistachio color, so I sponged the stems and leaves in yellow and then over-sponged in the pale blue to get my green :)  I also didn't have the soft orange color, so sponged my tulips with yellow and over-sponged with coral.  I like how it turned out.  I mixed light gray re-inker with water and used a large brush (chopping with the side of my hand), to splatter the card front.  I didn't add a sentiment this time, so this card can be used for many different occasions.

I used another piece of my designer paper "collection" :) ... to add some pattern to the card.

Hope you are all having a great day! :)







Paper:  White (Neenah); Everyday Enchantment DSP (SU!)
Ink:  Summer Starfruit, Pool Party, Sahara Sand, Calypso Coral (SU!)
Accessories & Tools:  Silhouette Cameo, clear plastic sheet (Grafix), sponges, post-it notes for masking



Challenges:
SCS Color Challenge #471



17 comments:

  1. Lovely stencil Loll..great colours and live your design

    Anne

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  2. Great job Loll. Love the whole layout and the colors really work!

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  3. Loll, tulips are my favorite flower and you made a wonderful stencil. Love how you got the splatters. Beautiful colors on your tulips, too.

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  4. Love your Silhouette stencil, Loll...that's so pretty! Your sponging is fabulous on this beauty!

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  5. This is so pretty, Loll! These tulips are prettier for the blending of two colors than they would have been if you'd had the actual inks! Lovely!

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  6. These are beautiful Loll, love the colour.

    Love & Hugs

    Jacquie J xxx
    http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

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  7. Great card, especially as you made your own stencil Loll. Love the colours and the "artful" splatter and glad to see you're using up your designer b/p!

    Karen x

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  8. This is so pretty Loll. I love that you made your own stencil and such a pretty one at that. I guess I need to give that a try sometime when I'm feeling brave. lol I love the colors too and I love how you got the colors. Clever! Love the splatters too. Hugs

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  9. So soft and pretty. I love that you made your own stencil on the Silhouette. The DP is so perfect.

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  10. Very pretty colors and design on your stencil.

    Hugs Diane

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  11. Fabulous! Great choice for making a stencil - it turned out beautifully! And I love the flicked blue and grey!

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  12. Your tulip is really gorgeous, Loll! I love how you blended the colors, and your splatters are such a great touch on this card! Love those pretty background papers, too!

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  13. Way to go Loll with your homemade stencil and very creative with the inking...I had to do,that for my card for ATCAS this week!! And your DSP is almost the exact colour of your tulips, love it. On my blog today check out my copper butterfly...thank you so much, I am having fun with my goodies x

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  14. This is stunning and you inspire me to use my stencils!! I am laying them under my nose after see this! Love the colors, the DP, and the spatter too! I'm going to try doing stencils with my dies, since no Silhouette, too!

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  15. Gorgeous shading and stencilling, Loll ... love the splatters, they add such movement! Anita :)

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