How to Make a Stamped & Stenciled Card

by tami sanders * paper crafter

card for World Card Making Day 2014 featuring products from Clearsnap, The Crafter's Workshop, The {Stamps} Of Life, Doodle Bug, Want 2 Scrap and Recollections...


  • Clearsnap: ColorBox Pigment Ink: Plumberry
  • Clearsnap: ColorBox Pigment Ink: Sweet Melon
  • Clearsnap: ColorBox Pigment Ink:Banana Custard
  • Clearsnap: ColorBox Pigment Ink: Orchid
  • Clearsnap: ColorBox Pigment Ink: Lavender
  • Clearsnap: ColorBox Pigment Ink: Lime
  • Clearsnap: ColorBox Pigment Ink: Marigold
  • Clearsnap: ColorBox Pigment Ink: Canary
  • Clearsnap: ColorBox Stylus & Tips
  • The Crafter's Workshop: TCW347s Mini Kaleidoscope
  • The {Stamps} Of Life: GetWell2You
  • Spellbinders: Labels Eight Nestabilities
  • Doodle Bug: Swimming Pool Swiss Dot Washi Tape
  • Doodle Bug: Spring Asst Mini Pearls
  • Recollections: Resist Canvas Stickers
  • Want2Scrap: Swirls Maxxi Girls Pearls - White
  • Bazzill: White and Kraft Cardstock
  • Beacon Adhesives: Zip Dry
  • Instructions

    Step 1

    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.

    Step 2

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

    Step 3

    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.

    Step 4

    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.

    Step 5

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

    Step 6

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

    Step 7

    finished card... ... tami sanders * paper crafter