Cards Created with the New 2015 Stencils

Hi Everyone, Karenliz here.
I’m so excited to show you what I created with the new Joyful Sunflower (TCW575s) and Sheet Music (TCW579s) stencils!
You can see all the new stencils HERE!

Today I have two cards to show you.
Here is the first one.


This card is easy to create
To create the background, I used white acrylic paint through the Sheet Music stencil. When it was dry I added Imaginecrafts Irresistible Texture Spray in Electric Yellow and watered down orange acrylic paint to add more color to the background.


I created the sunflower using Ranger Archrival Inks in coffee, jet black, monarch orange, dandelion and saffron though the stencil. I wanted the sunflower to sit off to the side so I made sure I added the sunflower to the side of the white cardstock. When I cut it out it attached perfectly to the black cardstock where I wanted it.

Karenliz_TCWDT_SnflwrCardbI attached it to the card plus the little sentiment and I was done.


This next card takes time to create but I love the result.

Karenliz_TCWDT_SnflwrCardThis first thing I did was to trace the sunflower stencil with white pen on black cardstock. I used a utility craft knife to cut out the inside of each pedal of the sunflower.

Karenliz_TCWDT_SnflwrCarddWhen I was done I turned it over and added crackle paste to add the inside part of the sunflower.

Karenliz_TCWDT_SnflwrCarda When the crackle paste dried, I attached it to the polka dot pre-made card.
This one is my favorite.


I hope you are excited as I am to try these new stencil designs.
I know you will love them.

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Karenliz Henderson
The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team
My Blog: My Creative Endeavors

4 thoughts on “Cards Created with the New 2015 Stencils

  1. Absolutely Fab Karenliz!! Can’t decide which is my favorite!!
    Your ability to make me add these stencils to my shopping list is overwhelming girlfriend!!
    I might have to get a job to buy everything on my list! heehee
    I really do love the techniques- especially how you created the black and white card!! Great work!

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