Tuesday, August 3, 2010
This new stencil (LJ902) can be stenciled as a daisy, black-eyed-susan, cone flower etc. The list goes on and on as to how the new design team has interpreted this flower. Pam Hornschu has done it many different ways, you should go to her blog site to see a couple more ways she has done this stencil design. But here she exhibits a unique approach to using a complex stencil. She reminds us that you can take just one element from a stencil and use it. Don't be afraid to take a stencil design apart and utilize a single element in your card design work. She dry embossed several of the flowers on the background cardstock using an embossing machine. She then paste embossed a single flower on the dark purple cardstock and stenciled it with inks.
Posted by Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils at 6:04 PM
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