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2020-12-13; Blended-Stenciled winter sky


In today’s sample I am using up some extra’s on my desk. The snowman, snow drift, pine branches and stars were all on my desk as scrap from previous projects. I’ve now added the bits-n-bobs to this 3×5 thank you card.

In this angled photo you can see the translucent embossing paste I used. This stencil is what I call a “reverse” stencil. It’s all open and you get paste in vast areas leaving the actual image as the un-pasted space. When the paste was still wet, I lightly sprinkled the wet paste with glitter. I don’t think that is picked up in the photo.

A close view so you can see more of the dimension.

And one more look at the card before you go on about your day…

This card was made for the challenge this week at Tic-Tac-Toe #93 AND I was picked as one of the designer’s choices.

I used the top row across; snowman-thanks-embossing paste.

Thanks for stopping by.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. Jeanne permalink
    2020/12/15 12:29 pm

    Such a wonderful card – hard to believe you just used leftovers that were hanging around. The scribble snowman is too cute and looks lovely against your snowflake background. Thanks for joining us this week at TTTC!

  2. 2020/12/15 1:47 pm

    What a darling little card, Bonnie – that frosted sky is fantastic and love the pine bough “trees”. thanks for joining us at the TTT Challenge this week!

  3. 2020/12/15 5:25 pm

    What a delightful thank you card Bonnie! Don’t you love it when you can use up leftovers from previous projects and make something as fabulous this card? Thanks so much for sharing with us at the Tic Tac Toe challenge this week!


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