Today I’m sharing how to use stretch your products in different ways and I’m using dies as stencils and stencils for embossing!
Heffy Doodle carries a great cloud stencil but I don’t have it so I decided to improvise! I die-cut a bunch of clouds using the Silver Linings Cloud Border dies from white cardstock. Then I placed them over an A2 panel of white cardstock and blended distress oxide inks over the stencils. I used spun sugar, worn lipstick, spiced marmalade, squeezed lemonade, tumbled glass, mermaid lagoon, shaded lilac, and wilted violet to create a rainbow of puffy clouds. Next I placed the Rays the Roof stencil over the panel and ran it through my die-cutting machine with an embossing pad. It embosses the paper and creates a letterpress effect.
I stamped the angel, harp, sentiment, and music notes from My Little Angel with versafine and heat-embossed them with clear embossing powder. I colored them with copic markers and then die-cut them with the coordinating dies. I also die-cut Swirly Clouds from white cardstock and vellum. Next I arranged my scene on the rainbow panel and adhered everything with a mix of regular adhesive and foam mounting tape. To finish the card I added a little crystal glaze to the clouds and sprinkled them with a mix of chunky and prisma glitter and added a liberal coating of spectrum noir clear sparkle to the angel’s wings, halo and dress. This card practically glows when it catches the light!
And that’s it! Thanks so much for stopping by today and I hope you enjoyed my card! Have a fantastic day!
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