One stencil three ways

I will be showcasing one of Craftangles’ new stencils  today!
Today I have the Craftangles “Japanese wave” stencil which I have used in three different ways.
I really enjoyed making these cards and I hope that you will try using your Craftangles stencils in different ways too!
 For the first card, I  Used the stencil with Memento Angel pink and Rosebud inks to create a soft background.
I stamped the floral vine from  Craftangles ‘Mom You rock ‘ stamp set over the background.
I used some momento ink to clolour the flowers too.
The simple sentiment is from W+9 ‘floral bough’ Stamp set.
I added some highlights with my white signo gel pen, on the flowers, just for interest.


For the second card, I used post it tape to mask off a portion of the background and then stencilled using  Mememto ‘Summer Sky’ ink and ‘Pear Tart’ ink.  I then dry embossed the sides using the Cuttlebug Happy birthday folder. I added a cute wooden giraffe button to finish the card.

One stencil three ways 1
For the third card, I created a square mask  with a circle cut out, with masking paper. I used this mask on  a square card topper and used ‘Broken China ‘Distress ink from Tim Holtz to create the background. 
To this I added some leaves, die cut using MFT dienamics ‘Tropical leaves’ die set.
I finished the card by adding a wodden butterfly and some MayArts jute twine.

One stencil three ways 2
I hope you enjoyed this post.. Would love to hear from you, so do leave me some comments.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Have a great day!


Paru Mahtani

Based out of Mumbai, India, she is a stay at home mom, a passionate card maker and a photography enthusiast who regularly showcases her work at Kala Ghoda Art Festival in Mumbai

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