|Imagine Crafts New StazOn Pads from Tsukineko|
|Stencils and Dies Prize Package|
|Today's creation was done using the positive pieces from yesterday's design ( another name for this is called paper piecing) and glued onto Matte Yellow Embossing Paste.|
|Yesterday's elephant creation was cut out of sprayed paper and placed over the top of black paper that was stenciled with the mosaic background stencil LJ901...or the negative image.|
|LG756 elephant stencil|
To prepare the paisley design a stenciled the surface of the gray background cardstock using the Paisley stencil LX7009 with a black Memento ink by Imagine Crafts and then added some color to that stenciled area with the soufflé pens in a florescent yellow. Next I paste-embossed this paisley background with the Dreamweaver Matte Yellow Embossing Paste (DMYP) using the elephant stencil (LG756) and set it aside to dry well.
|LX7009 paisley stencil|
The pieces which were cut out from the elephant stencil yesterday (or the positive set) were glued to the now dry Matte Yellow Embossing Paste using white glue. The irRESISTible spray in a metallic by Imagine Crafts, added not only a sparkle but also a texture to this guy. LOVE these fun products from Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko. The celebrate stencil LS89 was also paste-embossed with the same Matte Yellow Embossing Paste (DMYP) and made into a tag as an embellishment and tied with the May Arts Ribbon bow.
Remember to take time to see what everyone else has created today and leave some love in the way of an encouraging comment or two. In fact an extra gift will be randomly chosen from those who comment on my blog about whether or not you would use the elephant if we made him into a die for paper piecing.