Hi everyone! I love diecuts and using them to layer under photos or cluster together. I thought this ‘Cabbage Roses’ stencil would be great, fussy cut to make my own diecuts. I used a couple other stencils to create the background on a piece of vanilla cardstock.
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I used different stencils that are linked below. (the Word Association Template in 2 different sizes)
To begin, I misted the background using the ‘Tiny Circles’ stencil in teal and gold mist. I used plain white modeling paste with both the 6×6 and 12×12 ‘Word Association’ stencil on top of the misted background. I wanted to keep it subtle and make sure the photo and the roses were the focus.I used different shades of pinks and peaches to color the rose petals in Distress Ink and other ink pads. I used the same technique with the green leaf stencil and cut them all out leaving a small white border.I mounted the vanilla cardstock onto a piece of wood grained patterned paper. After creating a cluster underneath my photo, I stitched through the border, flowers and other embellishments. I added some other stickers and splatters to finish it off.I hope this inspired you to make your own diecuts and embellishments using stencils in a different way! Be sure to share your stencil creations on our Facebook page or by tagging The Crafter’s Workshop on Instagram, Twitter or Pinterest!
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The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team Member