Wednesday, May 20, 2015


Make It Monday #212Fussy Cutting

Graduation Card

Oh, oh, it's close to the end of May and I need some graduation cards. I pulled out a Tim Holtz stencil,  inked up an acrylic block with Distress Inks, mixed into each color some texturizing paste and applied it to a piece of watercolor paper. After drying I die cut two PTI Circle Scribble dies from textbook paper. I stamped on aqua card stock a PTI Wet Paint III sentiment with VersaMark ink, embossing with WOW white and fussy cut the "Congrats".  The panel was adhered to a kraft A2 card.

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  1. I need a graduation card too...lovely design using stencils and those scribble circles which I have yet to buy! Great job fussy cutting the congrats word!

  2. Wow, so creative. I love the sentiment on the blue and then fussy cut. Really makes a statement.

  3. hello Vikki, wow, what an amazing card, I luv your stenciling...perfect! so glad you played along with Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

    sparkle & shine *~*

  4. Stencils and embossing paste not at the top of my technique list, but I love your results. What a striking congratulatory card, Vikki!

  5. Oh, this is so fun! I love how you diecut those scribbled circles from text paper!

  6. This is fantastic. Love the colored embossing paste and how you used text paper for those scribbled circles.