Tuesday, November 12, 2019

May the odds be ever in your favor ...

Today I’m sharing a simple “Good Luck” card that I made using the latest release from Penguin Palace Stamps. I used a stencil to create an intricate background, but in fact it was very easy and quick to achieve wonderful results. 

The stencil is called  Cyber Wallpaper and it is made up of gradient diamonds. I stenciled the center in shades of green onto my paper, making sure to tape my paper panel down , with washi, to avoid shifting for nice crisp lines. Then I die cut the panel and layered over two pieces of colored cardstock. 

I stamped my images from the new set called Lucky Break and colored with Copic marker in limited colors to achieve the look I wanted. Then I die cut using the coordinating Penguin Cuts. I mounted the two main images onto fun foam for a 3D effect, and attached my images to the stenciled background. I used white embossing powder on a strip of black cardstock for my sentiment and popped it up on black foam dots under my images. Finally, I sprinkled some green iridescent jewels around for some bling. 

This was my first time using this style of stencil, and I’m very happy with the final results. I hope that you enjoy this and try something new today too! Thank you for stopping by, 

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