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Selective Stenciling with Embossing Paste

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Hello Card by Kristina

 

Hi Friends, Kristina here with some more embossing paste play for this months challenge!
I wanted to go a little outside the box, so instead of using a whole stencil, I selectively stenciled certain parts!

A whole lotta masking tape went into the making of this card!

First I made a washi tape border down the left side of the card and attached a strip of Vellum.
Next I used Micropore tape to mask off the area’s of the stencil {one at a time} I wanted to use and
rubbed on embossing paste died with Hero Arts dye inks, letting each dry before adding the next image.

To finish the card I added a simple sentiment and a few sequins!

Now, You still have a few more days to enter our Texture/Embossing Paste challenge for August
Your entry could win you a $25 gift certificate to the store!

If you’re interested in the supplies used in this card, I’ve linked them below AND how about 15% off?
Use code KRISTINA15 in the a2z scrapbooking store for 15% of $25+ purchase.

One more thing before I go, did you know that we are on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook?. If you haven’t done so already, please follow us on these different social media outlets!! You don’t want to miss out on any fun promotions!!

Kristina

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Author: kristina3150

Hi Friends! I'm a 30 something glitter obsessed paper crafter. I live in a smallish Michigan town called Commerce, where I've been my whole life. I do marketing & real estate by trade, but gave up my full time job in 2016 to take care of my dad following a major stroke. You can find all my crafts at www.livelovelaughscrap.com, and I own at etsy shop at thebarefootbarnowl.etsy.com. I current design for a2z scrapbooking, where I also manage their blog and etsy store, as well as Dies R Us, Die Cutting Divas' and A Blog Named Hero.

3 thoughts on “Selective Stenciling with Embossing Paste

  1. Fantastic! The partial embossing looks so delicate!!

  2. This is a fantastic card Kristina….LOVE the technique ! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Never thought of this, but love it!

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