Biggest Wish, Concord & 9th, Masks/Stencils

Another getting dotty card

I’m glad after the week I’ve had that I make more than one project when I sit down to craft so I can save projects up to blog at a later date. I’ve been poorly this week and had zero energy for crafting! Hoping to get some more energy to make some more stuff this weekend. Today all I’ve managed to do is die cut scraps sat on my bed … it’s something, but not exactly fun and creative! Ah well … onto todays project I can share …

I made a second background whilst I was playing the other day and added inks and created a card from it.

Once again embossed dots all over … but this time blues and yellows to make a lovely background.

I turned the background so it was landscape and then added into the background some of the stamps from the Concord and 9th butterfly set that goes with the stencil lens butterflies.

I then stenciled the butterflies and die cut them choosing one for the front. I used the Biggest Wish stamp for the main sentiment onto some cardstock I used the same inks to keep the colour scheme the same.

I added the turquoise gems and then mounted the background onto black before adding it to a white card blank.

I also added glossy accents to the centre of the butterfly.

Love how this was finished. Fun but also pretty.

Maybe I will regret it but I did make the decision to get rid of the circle stamps … but I think I’ve come to end of my thoughts on using them … so the hard decision was made to add them to the sale pile!

Entering it into the anything goes challenge at Through the purple haze

Happy crafting!



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