|Place your stencil on the shiny side of |
a piece of freezer paper
|Tape down the stencil with removable tape|
|Use the paste spreader to apply |
Dreamweaver Matte Yellow Embossing Paste
|Remove and clean your stencils,|
let the paste dry
|Tape your clean, dry stencil back over |
the dry paste
|Use small stencil brushes and ink pads to add color|
use the Picasso (LL332) to create veins
|Remove and clean the stencil|
|Repeat the coloring steps for each design|
|LS78-Maple leaf, LG728-Blowing leaves|
LL3004-Falling leaves, LG616-Leaf texture
|Carefully peel your pasted image off the freezer paper|
|Transfer it where you think you want it|
|You are still able to move it around at this point to |
try it out around your design
|Complete your layers and use Tacky Glue|
to add your leaf embellishments!
|Here's a close up!|
Remember, when you pick your stencil design, it has to be a complete image for this technique to work (no bridges, just open area). I think the Cat watch stencil (LM266) would be awesome done in black paste (matte or glossy) and used as a black cat embellishment on a Halloween card!
Check out more great fall designs the rest of the team has created for you this week, and don't forget, we would really love it if you joined our challenge and linked your creation on the DREAM it UP! blog. You might win! You can also send a picture of your creation to firstname.lastname@example.org and she will post it for you. You can't win if you don't play!
Dream It Up! blog
Kristi Van Doren
Kristi Van Doren
One more thing! I've updated my class schedule for the rest of October and November so check for classes in your area!