Also, stop by the StencilGirl blog today to check out another cool card that I made for the summer - just click HERE!
Step By Step:
Step 3 - For the "fireworks", I used parts of two different stencils - Circle 9 and Border Circles, both by Michelle Ward. Using painters tape, I masked off the parts of the stencils I wanted to use for fireworks. Starting in the upper right corner, I placed the design where I wanted it, squirted a bit of the white paint on my craft mat, and dabbed it through the stencil using a makeup sponge. Remove the stencil. Heat set. Move to the next section. Do the same until you get the design you like.
Some hints - work slowly. Use very little paint on the makeup sponge. You can add more, but you cannot remove it once it is down on the paper. Lift the stencil carefully and make sure that what you just painted is dry BEFORE you lay the stencil down for the next section.
This is how my piece turned out after all the parts were applied with the paint.
The inside says "Happy 4th of July"!
Well, hope you liked this easy card. Supplies used are below.
Happy 4th of July everyone (in America).
Don't forget to stop by the StencilGirl blog today to check out another cool card that I made - just click HERE!
City Scape Stencil by Andrew Borloz for StencilGirl Products
Circle 9 Stencil by Michelle Ward for StencilGirl Products
Border Circles Stencil by Michelle Ward for StencilGirl Products
Crystal, True Blue, Lavender, Orange Peel, Firefly, and Yellow Stickles by Ranger
White acrylic paint