Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Stencils, feathers and vellum

Some days I get über creative and I had one not so many days ago. At work I was going through papers and fell upon an empty plactic A4 clear view folder. The moment I saw I thought to myself if the backside could possibly be used for homemade stencils. That same evening I actually ended up making 6 stencils!!
For this card I have used two of my newly homemade stencils - one with feathers and the striped one.
My card is inspired by this CARD by Sandie. I went for the double layer card, the pop of colour (Orange & Green) and feathers.

This card combines several techniques. The base of the card is created using a stencil and inkblending tool. For the front of the card I have also used a stencil, but this time with mists. To add dimension I have die-cut a couple of feathers in vellum and coloured them with Promarkers.

Have you noticed the piece on which the sentiment is stamped? Do you recognise it?
It's that plastic thing which holds all the papers inside the view folder! What can I say - I find it hard to throw anything away.



With this card I am participating in the Inkspirational challenge #53, where the challenge is to CASE one of Sandie's cards.

Pia xx
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6 comments:

  1. Et rigtig cool kort Pia, og pragtfuldt at se, at der er flere som mig, der bare ikke kan smide noget væk he he

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  2. Det er et lækkert kort. Jeg elsker fjer, men det gør vi vist alle lige for tiden :-D

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  3. Wow et lækkert kort og spændende teknikker.

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  4. This is so creative Pia and I love the colours and all those techniques in one card! Thanks for joining us at Ink and good luck in the DT call

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  5. Hvor er det et fint kort - både de fjer du har duppet gennem en stencil og dem i vellum er så lækre. Og morsomt med din lille dims fra mappen. =0)

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  6. Clever card, great techniques and love the recycling! The feathers are fabulous. Thank you for joining us at Inkspirational Challenges. Come back next time! Marina

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