I've used a background of Dylusion inks in yellows, orange, purple and green. Once dry, I spritzed an Andy Skinner "Tornado" stencil and flipped onto the top of the inked surface. The area that hits the inked area becomes slightly bleached giving the reverse image of the stencil.
I used a black Ranger Archival ink through a Sweet Poppy Stencil called "Floral Delight" to create the main image.
The sentiment is stamped in the same ink using a stamp from a Spellbinders set (STP-004).
This is my second entry into the June 2019 challenge for "A Place To Start Challenge Blog", with a stencil theme,
Hi Sam! There is such wonderful layering in this card and I love how you used stencils in a couple of techniques to make great textures! I also really like the ink blending combined with the silhouette. Thanks so much for sharing this with us at A Place To Start and hope see more of your work in future challenges!ReplyDelete
Rachelle - DT -
PS - I'm heading online right now to try and find that "Tornado" stencil - I LOVE it!
Thank you so much Rachelle. Hope you get the stencil, it is fab. Sam xDelete
wonderful use of your stencils the flower looks stunning against the bright colours in the backgroundReplyDelete
Thank you Meg xDelete
Fabulous background Sam and love the stencil xReplyDelete
Thank you Carol xDelete
Oh what a wonderful combination, Dylusions and Andy Skinner, a crafting dream. I love your design and the colour choices are fabulous. Truly happy that you are sharing this with us at 'a place to start'. Tina Chianna DTReplyDelete
Thank you so much Tina xDelete
Lovely! I like the sense of motion on this project. Nice stencil work. Thanks for sharing with us at A Place To Start!ReplyDelete
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