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Wishing you the best


Hey all, Monica here to share a card today for our color it in challenge. I used a stencil on today’s cards.

the best

I layed the stencil down on some watercolor paper and traced it using Inktense pencils. Once all the open areas were traced, I removed the stencil and started to coloring with water to spread the color around. My sentiment is from an older set and embossed on vellum. I added a second layer of vellum to mute the background a bit more before wrapping the vellum on the panel. 

the best close up

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Have a great day!!!Monica


Hero Arts- Floral filigree stencil  SA051 and CL810 (retired) for the sentiment

Misc- Cardstock, watercolor paper, Inktense pencils

5 thoughts on “Wishing you the best

  1. This is amazing! Love the look you got with your Inktense pencils. I’ll definitely have to give this a try. Never thought of using my Inktense pencils with a stencil. Thank you for the inspiration! 🙂 ~ Andrea

  2. I love the creativity – making the stencil the star of the show. Love it.

  3. what a fun technique–beautiful!

  4. Love how you use the stencil, Monica!

  5. This is so pretty, the colors are really pretty together and the stencil looks awesome!

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