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Floral cards using layered stencils

by Swati Gupta

Hi Guys,

This is Swati Gupta here.

Today I am sharing 2 ways to use layered floral stencils on your projects.

Card 1:

  • Create a cardbase of  size 3.5″*5″.
  • Using Mudra Stencil – Halftone Gradient 6×6 and Mai Dye Inkpad – Cornflower Blue create a faded background using blending brushes.
  • On another piece of white cardstock, use Mudra Stencil – Layer Flower – Tulip and create the Tulip flowers and the stems and leaves. I have used Mai Dye Inkpad – Flamingo Pink, Mai Dye Inkpad – Liliac and Green ink pads for coloring the tulips.
  • Then I fussy cut the tulip images.
  • Using a sentiment from Stamp – Only Love I stamped it on the grass on the tulips.
  • Using a double-sided tape I then stuck it on the card base.
  • Our card is complete now.

Card 2:

  • Create a cardbase of  size 3.”*4.5″.
  • Using Mudra Stencil – Halftone Gradient 6×6 and Mai Dye Inkpad – Flamingo Pink create a faded background using blending brushes.
  • On another piece of white cardstock, use Mudra Stencil – Layer Flower – Hydrangea and create the Tulip flowers and the leaves. I have used Mai Dye Inkpad – Cornflower Blue, Mai Dye Inkpad – Sky Blue, Mai Dye Inkpad – Liliac and Green ink pads for coloring the flower and the leaves.
  • Then I fussy cut the images.
  • Using a sentiment from Stamp – Only Love I stamped the sentiment on the card base.
  • Using double-sided tape I then stuck the cut images to the card base.
  • Our card is complete now.

Supplies used:

mudra craft stamps only love 6x4

Mudra Stamps are now available at the following retailers :

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