Today I have a cool technique to show you.
Are you making a lot of cards but your hands are tired of coloring in all the stamped images?
Let’s camouflage the images!
First I used the Mini Stockinette stencil with fluorescent blue, yellow and green acrylic paint.
On top I used the Mini Circle Grid stencil in blue and white. I moved the stencil around so you can see both colors.
Here is another background but I switched up the colors.
On the other backgrounds I created, I stamped the Crazy Birds stamps by Tim Holtz and cut them out. I auditioned the birds to see which background I liked best.
I create what I call “card fronts”. I don’t ever finish a card completely until I need one. I create most of my card fronts to fit on 5.5 x 5.5 cardstock. I do this so the card can be for any occasion and all I have to do is add what’s needed to the front and attach it to the cardstock.
Here is my finished card front.
Thank you so much for stopping by today.
I hope you enjoyed my camouflage technique!
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