Happy Birthday dear Julie! May your day be awesome and filled with love!
Thanks so much for your warm welcome last week and all the lovely and encouraging comments on my Leading Lady debut! I'm delighted to be back on stage showcasing the enjoyable Winnie & Walter products.
This time I will focus on another product range called Creative Screenings aka Stencils/Masks.
Let's start with some Fun Stenciling!
Translucent Embossing Paste Triangles
For my first card I used the Scenery: Triangled Creative Screenings stencil together with Translucent Embossing Paste. Love the shiny look on dark cardstock! I cut my panel to an angle and decorated my card with a bright and rainbow colored In a Word: Happy Cutaway die-cut (which is a «left-over» from one of the cards from my debut), the white embossed word «birthday» from The Big, the Bold and the Happy stamp set, some thread and matching enamel dots.
Stenciled Triangles with Gold Spots
The second card shows another common way to use a stencil by sponging some ink onto it. I used the same Scenery: Triangled Creative Screenings stencil with a Mini Ink Blending Tool to apply the turquoise ink and let it fade out to the edges. After that, I put some VersaMark ink on three of the triangles and heat embossed them in gold. I also heat embossed the sentiment from The Party stamp set. To repeat the gold I cut a skinny strip from foil cardstock.
Masked Rainbow Stripes
Inspired by the colors of the Winnie & Walter logo, I decided to create a little rainbow for my next card. I masked off a circle and used the Scenery: Classic Diagonal Creative Screenings stencil for my colorful stripes. To create a sentiment with dimension I die-cut the In a Word: Hugs Cutaway from several layers of cardstock (three times white and one in black) and stacked them together. I embellished my card with sequins which were a special mix for Winnie & Walter's first birthday.
Summer Plaid Pattern
For my last card, I used the Scenery: Classic Diagonal Creative Screenings stencil to make my own plaid pattern by overlapping the colors. I heat embossed the «congrats» from The Big, the Bold and You in white on a piece of vellum.
I really enjoyed to play with these stencils and hope you got inspired! Don't forget to comment on the Leading Lady posts on my personal blog for your chance to win a $30 gift card to the Winnie & Walter store.
Can't wait to see you back again next week for round three!
Once again, huge thanks to Julie & Shay for letting me play with their great products!
Thank you so much for stopping by! Enjoy your weekend!