Hello dear crafters, Ishani here, today I am sharing 3 beautiful birthday cards with stencils using various stencils and stenciling techniques . Stencils being one of the most affordable crafting supplies are usually bought and rarely used. So, I planned to jazz my cards today with some beautiful techniques. Also here’s a reminder for you about joining us at our ongoing challenge -Anyhthing goes and to inspire you with some Birthday cards you can make with your stencils.
Lets get on with 3 beautiful Birthday cards
For my first card – Masculine Birthday card with Glitter paste
I used the midnight black paper and stenciled glimmer pastes in holly green and sapphire blue through Overlapping circles stencil. I let it dry and then adhered it on a Natural white A2 sized card base. I stamped happy birthdauy on white strip and mounted it on foam tape.
For the second card – MAsculine Birthday card with bold patterns
For this Masculine Birthday card I used Dual texture white paper and blended two blue Distress oxide inks – Salty oceans and blue print through the simply geometric stencil with blender brushes. Stamped Happy from Happy days stamp set and fussy cut it. I adhered the stenciled panel n Midnight black A2 sized cardstock.
For the third card – Birthday card for a lady with Pretty flowers
For this card I used the Floral mesh stencil on Natural white paper and inked Distress oxides in Wilted Violet, Squeezed lemonade and twisted citron with blender brushes. Then I went over the stencils with my color pencils. I fussy cut three flowers from the mesh of stenciled flowers and arranged them on one edge. I am so pleased with the results, it looks like stamped floral images. I took Lilac cardstock cut n A2 sized card panel and adhered my natural white card front and the layers of flowers over it. I used the Birthday from HAppy days stamp set and finished off the card with some sequins.
I hope you are inspired to take out the stencils you have in your stash. CrafTangles have beautiful stencils collection you can check here. Don’t forget to join in at our ongoing challenge and share your creation with hashtag #craftangles when sharing on social media. Keep safe and keep crafting.