Sunday, October 15, 2017

Layered Daisies

Hi everyone.  Today's card is a reminder for the CAS Mix Up October challenge, hosted by Julia.


This is a different way of layering stencils.  I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut three stencils, all with the same daisy design, but in different sizes.  I placed the stencil over my card front and used ink and my clarity brushes to add in a variety of colours and sizes. The lighter daisies give the illusion that they are in the background, giving this one layer card some depth.

The card front was run through the Big Shot with a stitched rectangle die to add some stitching lines around the edges.  I used a Distress marker (Brushed Corduroy) to add some dots to a few of the flowers.  A simple stamped sentiment finishes the card.

These fun, bright flowers make me happy. :)

Make sure to check out the challenge blog to see the reminder cards from our DT and our Guest Designer Sue's.  And then come join us!






Stamps:  Gratitude (Penny Black)
Paper:  White (Neenah 110 lb. card stock)
Ink:  Distress Inks:  Squeezed Lemonade, Mustard Seed, Spiced Marmalade, Ripe Persimmon, Worn Lipstick, Picked Raspberry, Brushed Corduroy (Tim Holtz)
Accessories & Tools:  Daisy stencil cut with my Silhouette Cameo, clarity brushes, Stitched Mat die (Lil' Inkers)

Challenges:
CAS Mix Up October Challenge - Layering Stencils

23 comments:

  1. Fun dots on those ever so pretty stencilled flowers. Such a creative way to use the layering stencils technique. Thank you for the fabulous inspiration x

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  2. Such a beautiful layered stenciling technique, Loll. I love how you made your own flower stencils with your cameo and your pretty colors. So much dimension for a one layer card design. TFS my friend. Hugs..

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  3. Who couldn't have a wonderful day after seeing this fabulous card, Loll ... those daisies are so bright and happy looking ... the dotted detail is delicious! Hugs, Anita :)

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  4. Super card, Loll, I love the bright colours. The stitched border and the dots on the flowers add lovely details to you CAS card. xx

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  5. How clever to make and design your own stencils and love how the sizes are different. Once again your work with color is amazing. Love the doodling on some of them. It adds so much interest to them.

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  6. These daisies make me happy, too, Loll. They are my favorite flowers. Your details provide amazing depth for this one layer card.

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  7. Oh, I love these bright and happy flowers, Loll! The dots add even extra dimension! Who could help but have a wonderful day seeing this card!

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  8. This card is just a ray of sunshine! So bright and happy! Love it!

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  9. love the sunny colours and great stencils:)

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  10. These fun, bright flowers make me happy too, Loll! I love the pretty color combination. Layering stencils and adding dots do add dimension to the card. You're always great at making the white space alive! (I hope my English makes sense.)
    Thanks for the inspiration! Hideko

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  11. This is so bright and cheery, love the little dots too xx

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  12. Delightful card, Loll! Adore your bright and happy flowers. Thanks for sharing how you created them! Sounds very doable. :) Have a happy day!

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  13. This card would brighten anyone's day Loll, love the technique x

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  14. Oh, such a happy card Loll, I love it!

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  15. Gorgeous card, Loll - so happy and colourful. I like how the dots on the flowers links with the stitched edge of your panel. x

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  16. Love the bright happy colours and the cheerful flowers! Great idea for a different way of layering stencils!

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  17. What a cheerful card Loll - love that you have dotted some flowers and left others plain,
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  18. What a creative technique for layering stencils Loll! Love the colors and your beautiful flowers! Wish I could come visit you to teach me more about how to use my silhouette!

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  19. pretty and happy feeling card Loll....very creative.
    xx Karen

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  20. Very clever use of stenciling Loll. Lovely result and so colourful. Nice finish with the dots.

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  21. So cleverly you created your own template. I love the choice of sentiment. A great inspiration to the CMUC challenge. Thank you.
    Hugs,
    BożenA xoxo

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  22. Beautiful one layer card! I love your color palette and how you added dots to a few of the petals...so pretty!

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