We’re sharing stenciled holiday cards today on Day 2 of our Blog Hop and Giveaway with our friends at Quietfire Design! There is more eye candy to enjoy from both design teams. Be inspired and read to the end of the post for an opportunity to win one of the giveaways!
Yvonne van de Grijp’s Stenciled Merry Christmas Card
With a white card base, I layered with ice blue and dark blue cardstock using the E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips Refillable Dispenser to adhere to the card base. Next, I created a starry background by using Quietfire Design’s Leaf and Snow Sprays Stencil with white texture paste. I love the contrast!
Then affix the Quietfire Design Merry Christmas 2 die cut using 3D Foam Squares White Mix (smaller size). Note that I cut the 3D Foam Squares in half to fit the narrow lines of the die-cut. Finish the card using rhinestones and glitter glue.
Thanks for stopping by and wishing you happy crafting
Yvonne van de Grijp
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® supplies:
E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips Refillable Dispenser
3D Foam Squares White Mix
Quietfire Design supplies:
Leaf and Snow Sprays – Stencil #9501-024
Merry Christmas 2 – Metal Cutting Dies 1235 #9500-1235
White, Ice Blue, Dark Blue and Gold Cardstock; Rhinestones; Glitter Glue
Vicki Chrisman’s Golden Stenciled Christmas Card
This gorgeous stamp design motivates me to get started on my Christmas Cards. I love the look of foil papers, especially when making an elegant looking card. Even though these gold papers are super slick and smooth, the Permanent Strips Refill in the E-Z Runner® Grand Refillable do the job with no problem. Once I stamped the beautiful Merry Christmas Flourished Tree – Set of 3 Stamps – Mounted onto the white paper, the permanent strips adhesive holds great to the foil paper.
Then I used Crafty Foam Tape White under the gold paper to give lift and dimension to the card.
The background of the card with the stars was created with the QuietFire Designs Butterflies and Stars Stencil. When using stencils I always use MyStik® Repositionable Dots to hold my stencil in place as I work. Once I have it in place, I used Distress inks to create the stars. When finished, just rub the Repositionable Dots away with your finger. They don’t leave residue or marks and hold the stencil perfectly while I work. You could also use the E-Z Runner Grand Repositionable Dots refill too!
The sentiment that came in this beautiful script set was stamped on the inside of the card.
Find more of Vicki’s crafts on her blog: This Art that Makes Me Happy
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®:
MyStik® Repositionable Dots Dispenser
E-Z Runner® Grand Refillable Dispenser
Thin 3D Foam Squares Mix White
Crafty Foam Tape White
Merry Christmas Flourished Tree – Set of 3 Stamps – Mounted
Butterflies and Stars Sprays – Stencil
Gold Foil Paper (Fancy Pants Designs)
Find all of this week’s posts below:
Dimensional Cards on Quietfire Design Blog Hop and Giveaway – Day 1!
Holiday Cards on Quietfire Design Blog Hop and Giveaway – Day 3
Holiday Ensemble on Quietfire Design Blog Hop and Giveaway – Day 4
Seasonal Cards on Quietfire Design Blog Hop and Giveaway – Day 5
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Quietfire Design Blog Hop and Giveaway – Day 2!
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