How to Make a Stamped & Stenciled Card

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How to Make a Stamped & Stenciled Card
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make 5 X 5 card base from white cardstock. stencil 4 1/2" X 4 1/2" piece of white cardstock with Canary and Marigold Pigment Inks applied using Stylus & Tips, round corners, distress edges and adhere.

make 5 X 5 card base from white cardstock. stencil 4 1/2" X 4 1/2" piece of white cardstock with Canary and Marigold Pigment Inks applied using Stylus & Tips, round corners, distress edges and adhere.

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diecut label from kraft cardstock, use Lavender Pigment Ink to stamp sentiment and Sweet Melon Pigment Ink to distress edges.

diecut label from kraft cardstock, use Lavender Pigment Ink to stamp sentiment and Sweet Melon Pigment Ink to distress edges.

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adhere washi tape under sentiment, pleating as you go and dovetailing ends. layer sentiment label at an angle on card front, but don't adhere yet.

adhere washi tape under sentiment, pleating as you go and dovetailing ends. layer sentiment label at an angle on card front, but don't adhere yet.

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use your choice of inks, applied using Stylus & Tips, to tint canvas flowers. use a paper towel to gently remove any excess ink to expose embossed areas.

use your choice of inks, applied using Stylus & Tips, to tint canvas flowers. use a paper towel to gently remove any excess ink to expose embossed areas.

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lightly arrange flowers on card front. when you are happy with the placement of flowers and sentiment label, begin to tack down all pieces.

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cut apart pearl swirls and arrange on card front. also adhere pearls to flower centers to finish card.

cut apart pearl swirls and arrange on card front. also adhere pearls to flower centers to finish card.

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finished card... www.tamisanders.com ... tami sanders * paper crafter

finished card... www.tamisanders.com ... tami sanders * paper crafter

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