Tuesday, 31 May 2016


Here is another card I made using the Stencil Monoprinting Technique I showed you yesterday.
Really easy and fun to do.

I began by rubbing Mowed Lawn and Peeled Paint Distress inks onto the back of my Tim Holtz stencil called Clockworks, sprayed with a generous amount of water then pressed it onto my cardstock.  I placed a paper towel over that and rubbed, being sure the ink was distributed around the paper.
I lifted the paper towel but left the stencil in place so I could sponge a hint of the Peeled Paint over the top filling in the white areas.  
I cut the panel down and splattered some more paint over that to add some extra depth and interest.
The sentiment is a new one I just got from Impression Obsession.  I stamped that in Memento black ink and then I scored a line down the front using my ScorBug.

Adding my card to these challenges:


Little Red Wagon- ROUND and ROUND

Crafting With Friends- ANYTHING GOES

Simply Papercraft- ANYTHING GOES

Hope you have a great day and thanks!

Supplies:  stamp- Impression Obsession/ ink- Memento, DI/ stencil- TH/ applicator tool/ mini mister/ Scorbug


Gabi MeWi said...

Love the sentiment.

Diane Jaquay said...

I'm really loving the results you're achieving with this technique, Keren, I must give it a try!

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Ellie Knol said...

It's great! I am going to give that and some variations a try!

Verna Angerhofer said...

A wonderful card design and I love all the shades of green in your background.

Glennis said...

Great technique

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Mandy Reedyk said...

Awesome card!! Great take on the challenge :). Thanks for playing along with us this week at Little Red Wagon :)

CherylQuilts said...

Such a gorgeous card with this wonderful stencil. Just have to try it soon! Big hugs, sweet friend!

Lisa Lara said...

I just love how you stenciled the gears and your placement Karen. Love it.

Claudia Rogier said...

Lovely card. Thanks for joining us at CWF.

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Bobby said...

You have just the right touch for all these techniques, Karen.