Hi friends! Happy Saturday! I've got another card to share today using ink blending through the Wavy Lines stencil. It's one of my favorite techniques to use with Catherine's inks. Check out the graphic below for a HUGE giveaway from Catherine coming on Monday!
I stamped this gorgeous giraffe onto my card base and then stamped it again on a piece of post it tape and used the coordinating die to cut it out. I placed the post it tape over top the stamped giraffe and ink blended through the stencil using Uptown ink. I was a little more heavy handed towards to top and faded to white at the bottom. This was the perfect spot to add my sentiment. I loved removing the post it tape and revealing the giraffe. So fun!
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A list of supplies I used can be found below, just click on the picture below to be taken to where you can get the product.
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Fabulous design Kristie - and a wonderful card as a result - love the contrast between the giraffe and the ombre background.ReplyDelete
What a fabulous card Kristie! I love your giraffe and ink blending through the stencil. The giraffe just pops from that background. Love it! Hugs, BrendaReplyDelete
What a fun background for your giraffe! Wonderful card, Kristie!ReplyDelete
Such a fun stenciled bg with the cute giraffe!Thanks for joining in at HLS Stencil ChallengeReplyDelete
What a fun card! Truthfully, never expected a giraffe to say Mahalo! LOL! I love how you shaded with the stencil - very effective. Thanks for joining us at Happy Little Stampers ~ Stencil Challenge.ReplyDelete