I know that I said I wasn't going to share any more stencil samples until next week but I couldn't help myself. I thought that I would also share these card samples using Parisian Damask that coordinate with my Stenciled Canvas piece I shared yesterday.
This is a sample of a plain and simple card using only one layer of cardstock to create my card base. I think that a cad like this would make a great set of notecards or thank you's for all types of different occasions.
Here is a sample of a swap card that I made for a new catalog / Big Shot swap back in late January. The background of this card is done with the Damask Textured Impressions Embossing Plate. The Top Note Die portion was cut out and then I stenciled my pattern on top of that. I used Regal Rose, Rose Red, Bordering Blue, Night of Navy and Mellow Moss Craft Inks to stencil on the top. I then took a Bordering Blue Stampin' Write Marker to add the faux stitching to the outside edge of the Top Note layer. A half-back pearl from the Pretties finished off the card just perfectly.
This is one of my favorite cards that I have made with my stencils. I will have more stenciled cards to share with you during the Blog Tour on May 15th and 16th so be sure to mark your calendar!
Tomorrow I will be sharing some samples from my afternoon demonstration at Spring Fling on Saturday.
See you all back here tomorrow!
Lynn Larson - www.learntostampandscrap.com