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Floral cards using stenciled background

by Sindhu Manokaran

Hello  crafty friends,

Hope all are doing great.This is Sindhu from Colorsofcraft.Today I have few floral cards with stenciled  background  to share.


Card #1

– I  started  with  stamping  Mudra  Magnolia  stamp on a watercolor paper  using  Archival  ink.

– Using distress inks, I  colored  the stamped  image and fussy cut it.

– I created a stenciled  background  using Mudra deco pattern and seedless preserves distress ink.

-I took a piece of cardstock  which measures  5.5″ * 2.75″ and splattered  some distress  ink on it.

-This is then adhered to the stenciled  background.

– I mounted this front panel on to top folding note card.

– Finally  added the stamped image on the panel and finished it off with sentiment with Mudra Mai Jet Black Ink.

Card #2

– I  started  with  creating  the  background  using Mudra plaid stencil and seedless preserves distress ink.

– Then  I  stamped images from Mudra Wild rose and Mudra Floral banner stamp set.

– I tried no line coloring technique using distress  ink.

-I diecut a Scalloped circle and scored it at 1/8th intervals. Then I adhered it to the background  panel.

-Arranged all the stamped images on the diecut.

-Once the panel  is ready  I mounted it on a top folding card base.

– Finished  it off with Mudra Couture sequins  – sugar plum mix.

Card #3


– I created this card like the previous one.

– I used Mudra -chervon builder stencil and distress inks to create the background .

-The stamp sets are Mudra – Wild florals and Mudra – Go confident  stamp set.

– The square frame is from Mudra Chipzebs – Nested squares.

– I used Paperum French rose card stock for the base.

Card #4

– I  started  with stamping  Mudra Peeping  bunny on a watercolor  paper  and colored it using zig markers.

– For the background  I used Mudra – Hexaline stencil and Mudra Mai ink Lilac .

-I diecut the background  using Scalloped circle die and I also created a card base using the same die.

– The stamped image is adhered to the next small scolloped circle die cut.

– It is then added to the background  using  foam tape for dimension.

– Mounted the panel to the card base and added the sentiment from Mudra – Hello Sunshine using Mudra Mai Jet Black ink.

– Finished  it off with Mudra Couture sequins  – sugar plum mix.

Hope you all like creations.Check this  month Mudra challenge  #35 and participate  to  win  some  exciting  prizes.

Products  used





Cardstock and Envelopes

Acrylic block


Happy crafting,


Crafters Corner
The Craft Shop
Nagashri Arts, Bangalore
Anandha Stationary
Hindustan Trading Company
Starbox, Chennai

Kat Scrappiness
The Craft Store, Srilanka
Papercurves, UAE
Vivian Crafts, UAE
Scrapbook Boutique, Australia
Wild Warehouse, UK



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