Playing with CraftAdda Stencils!

Hello!
Today I am playing with the new CraftAdda stencils!
They are impeccably manufactured right here in India…the quality is excellent and they have been designed by CraftAdda’s very own Khyati Kothari!
I decided on two colours…Tim Holtz Fired Brick and Dried Marigold distress inks and used three different stencils on smooth white card stock.
Playing with CraftAdda Stencils! 1
For this card, I used the ‘Dots’ stencil. 
I then used some sunshine yellow ink from Mama Elephant to add some brightness. 
I used the dienamics ‘Band’ die against the background and the sentiment from 
Concord and 9th stamps, seemed just perfect!!! 
I finished the card by adhering it to a kraft card base.

Playing with CraftAdda Stencils! 2
For this card, I used the ‘Floral pattern’ stencil. 
I used the darker colour first and then off set the stencil and used the lighter colour over it. 
This created some dimension to the design.
I stamped and cut the cushions from the stencilled cardstock 
and added them to the stamped and fussy cut orange couch. 
I used two different washi tapes to  anchor the couch and the coffee table. 
I heat embossed the sentiment in white on black cardstock, to make it bold.
All the stamps used here are from Papertrey ink.
Playing with CraftAdda Stencils! 3
To make this card, I used the “Argyle” stencil. 
I think this is my favourite…Though I dont particularly enjoy the grunge look..it totally works here!
It almost looks like flames doesn’t it?
I added the cityscape die cut from PaperSmooches to this beautiful background.
I cut a strip from the bottom and placed it with a gap, to create some interest.
The sentiment is also a favourite..from ‘Hot of the press’.
I hope you enjoyed reading about these cards and 
I hope you will try playing with these stencils too!!!
Thanks so much for stopping by…Have a great day!
Paru Mahtani

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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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