Stencil Layering with Gold Ink
Hello, all! I’m still deep into my stencil obsession as of late. I thought it would be fun to try layering stencil designs and here we are! I made two cards for today’s video—one using the Argyle set of stencils from Newton’s Nook and the other using the Wide Stripes stencil from Pretty Pink Posh and Simon’s Bouquet of Roses stencil. For both cards, I used Altenew’s new Enchanted Gold pigment ink. Such great sparkle and coverage!
(Wondering what I used in this video? Everything is linked to multiple sources in the thumbnails at the end of this post, or in the text below. Compensated affiliate links used when possible).
For the argyle card, I used Peacock Feather Distress Oxide ink on black cardstock for the first stencil layer (using the Argyle stencils from Newton’s Nook). Then I used the Enchanted Gold ink over the top.
For the greeting area on the card, I used Simon’s Big Thanks dies (with Altenew Gold Foil cardstock) and Big Thanks Words stamp set. I also created a thin gold frame using Waffle Flower’s A2 Layer dies.
The second card started with the Wide Stripes stencil from Pretty Pink Posh and the same gold ink on white cardstock. Then I layered the Bouquet of Roses stencil from Simon over the top with Obsidian pigment ink from Altenew
I finished off the card with a greeting from Simon’s Tiny Words stamp set stamped and heat embossed.
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