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Stencilled Scene Card

Card making How to Papercraft Papercrafter Stamping Techniques Card Making

Mask, stamp, colour, blend… tell a story with Claire Richards’ mixed media neighbourhood greeting.

Stencilled Scene Card

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Craft essentials
Stamps, Lawn Fawn Happy Village
Dies: Lawn Fawn Happy Village, My Favorite Things Stitched Rectangle Scallop Frames
Stencil, My Favorite Things Drifts & Hills
Patterned paper, My Favorite Things Dots & Stripes Confection
Inks, Tim Holtz Distress Oxide
Ink blending tool, Ranger
Glossy Accents, Ranger
Pens: alcohol markers, white gel
Sticky notes

1 Cover an 11.5cm x 15cm white blank with pink spotty paper. Trim white card, 10cm x 14cm. Use a stencil to create a hilly background on the bottom half of the card, using green distress ink. Rotate the stencil after each line to give a varied hillside effect.

2 Apply blue distress ink to the top half of the card, then add some yellow in the top-right corner. Adhere to the greeting.

3 Die cut the largest scalloped rectangle frame from white card, then fix to the card. Stamp five houses onto different striped papers, then colour the hearts in red. Press trees onto green spotty paper and small clouds onto white.

4 Stamp a sun and cloud onto yellow and white, cut around the cloud and stick in place on the yellow. Cut the motifs using the coordinating dies and adhere, using 3D foam pads for the houses. Stamp ‘Thank you’ and birds in black ink.

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