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Sponging and Stencils

For my make and take for my workshop this past Saturday I had my guests make a card with a vintage look with the Mostly Vintage stencil, item #118877 from the new Summer mini catalog.  For $9.95 you get both the positive and negative stencil to create intricate designs for your projects.  And there’s no end to your creativity—use the stencil again and again.

For that extra touch to the front of the card I used Log Cabin Smooch Spritz, item # 119921 – $4.95, to add that extra sparkle.  You should be able to see the sparkle when you enlarge the photo.  This spray is so much fun and easy to use.  To prevent the over-spray from landing on your work space or other projects accidentally you can purchase this nifty Color Catcher, item #121093 – $5.95.  It’s lightweight and portable, so you can pull it out and put it away anytime with complete ease.

Mostly Vintage stencil, item #118877

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Project info:

Finished size: 4.25″ w x 5.50″ h

Stamp Sets: Tiny Tags

Paper: Bashful Blue CS, Chocolate Chip CS, Kraft Brown CS

Ink: Chocolate Chip Classic Ink, Log Cabin Smooch Spritz

Accessories: Mostly Vintage stencil, Jewelry Tag Punch, Bashful Blue satin ribbon, sponge dauber

Techniques: sponging, stencils

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