Papertrey Ink’s Make It Monday #201 Challenge & Simon Says Stamp’s Texture Challenge

This week’s Make It Monday Challenge for Papertrey Ink is to create a stencil from a cover plate die with embossing paste and Simon Says Stamp’s Wednesday Challenge is to add a little texture.  I used both of these challenges to create this card.  I used Papertrey’s cover plate to make my stencil.  I only have one cover plate to use on PTI’s challenge, but it is a well-loved one.  This cover plate works so well for so many types of cards.  I made my stencil from it using 2 pieces of cardstock and then created green embossing paste using PTI’s new leaf ink.  After waiting for the embossing paste to dry, I added sequins for cream flowers, a brown tree trunk, and a sentiment tag.  Hope you have a great weekend and get some crafting time in!  Supplies are listed below.

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Supplies:

  • Cardstock: New Leaf, Dark Chocolate, Hawaiian Shores, and Vintage Cream (Papertrey)
  • Ink: Dark Chocolate (Papertrey); New Leaf (Papertrey)
  • Stamps: Friendship Jar Spring Fillers (Papertrey)
  • Accessories: Mighty Oak Collection die plate (Papertrey); white embossing paste; cream sequins (Ellen Hutson); green twine (DMC);
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7 responses to “Papertrey Ink’s Make It Monday #201 Challenge & Simon Says Stamp’s Texture Challenge

  1. This turned out beautiful and so makes me want Spring to come! :0)

  2. What a fun card! I love the green embossing leaves.

  3. So bright and cheerful; love this!

  4. Wow, love the design–so crisp and fresh! Your embossing paste turned out so beautiful against the blue card stock! The added sequins are darling in this! Thanks so much for playing Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Add A Little Texture” Challenge!

  5. What a fun card!! Such a perfect card for spring!!!

  6. This makes me long for spring…they just said on the weather report tomorrow is supposed to be the coldest day of the year, ack!! The green leaves are perfection!

  7. You did a superb job with this. It’s so very clean. Beautiful!

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