Saturday, 11 April 2015


So late yesterday I was having some fun with my new Kaisercraft stencils and mists, and here is one of the results (3rd pic)  - the piece on the right is the first spray and then as there was so much lovely ink all over the stencil I laid a panel on that and the left piece is the result.
Today I've made a card with the left stenciled panel for the Happy Little Stampers April 2015 challenge - Stenciling and the layout is for the Stamplorations challenge #31 sketch.
I die cut an opening in the front panel of my white card and ran it through the Cuttlebug again with the rubber mat  to get a embossed edge on the cutout. Then I cut the stenciled panel to fit the inside of the card and attached it to a folded inner slip so it was free and there was a panel for writing. I finished the card with a pink label with a die cut Friend sentiment, a gem and a small pink flower.
Thanks for taking a peek Robyn


  1. Hi Robyn. Such a great idea to take advantage of all the ink on the stencil to end up with two gorgeous backgrounds. So clever! And such a soft, delicate and beautiful card. Thanks for playing along at Happy Little Stampers.

  2. Oh Robyn... This is so soft and lovely I love how you stenciled the inside of the card. It opens up to a bright pop of color. Great design! Thanks for linking up to the STAMPlorations sketch challenge!

  3. So beautiful!! I love the colours!!

  4. Wow~ Such a gorgeous stenciled rose! I love your soft and pretty colour and the special design. Thank you for sharing at STAMPlorations.


Thank you for taking the time to comment, all encouragement and inspiration is very welcome. May your day be a happy and extra special one, cheers Robyn