Tuesday, 28 February 2012

Blog Hop DAY 3

Good evening all ...ok i'm earlier today as we have alot to do, i wanted to get going,
just as a reminder there is another sample card over on imagination blog posted earlier today ..
ok i have thought of 2 hot tips for making your life easier when stencilling.

Always use an antistatic bag to the back of the masked area this will stop it sticking while your working on your projects.

                                                                          TOP TIP 2
Use a Copic or Pro maker pen on the edges of your stencilled layer, this will help to give you a professional Finish I tend to use the chisel end, so i don't ruin the brush nib.

And this is the card we will finish now....

This is actually slightly different as the back ground scenes are different to the one I showed you on day 1, but this is also good to show how well they all fit together.

this is what you'll need to finish the card ,
white 6x6 card
Two brayered then stencilled scenes we have here county road and the village,
two black layers for matting,
Acetate with your owl and tree, Dusk till Dawn
Border punch of your choice,
Double sided tape..


Matt and layer as shown the right side of the card and attach the border on the right hand side.Trim to fit

Do the same for the left side but attach the Acetate under the border on the left hand side.

This is what it will look like flat,

and this is how it looks once you have tucked the acetate under the right hand border....

Now as i've worked through this blog hop i have some bit left over i would like to use so ..let me show you how we can do the Snow scene sample, the stencils used may be different but the end result ..Whow really cool....This what you need

using all the extras up plus a picket fence, a white sparkle card base one for each side  diamond glitter medium, fluffy stuff ( yes it's called that ) when you heat it puffs up to look like snow ...Also this time i had an extra gold owl on a tree so we will use this too..

Maske off the top area of the stencil, we already have the Birds from Birdsong on the sunset backing card... spread the black sparkle medium as before, and set aside to dry, this will probably take 2 hrs to dry.

Once dry you can see by this picture, cut away the top half above the horizon line .on the white Glitter card. do this to the other side too .once you have trim to size the black will blend together to give you a snow scene.I left the trees and moon on the background card and attached the snow card with 1mm foam tape ...almost decoupaging the stencil....

Once you have mat and layered the scenes, attach the left side first, again with the border on the left  hand side edge..

Set out your acetate owl and tree like this , trim to fit the height of the card when standing.I have added some white paint and diamond sparkle medium to the fence and then attached it across the bottom,of the acetate, trim to fit,  
This is the acetate attached under the border on the right side this time.

When you stand the card up and tuck the acetate under the left border .as shown below..

And it looks like this when standing....

Note on this card not only is the Owl gold but there is snow on the tree branches and on the base of the fence .

Well what can i say that's all folks .....for this time anyway .I will post this picture on the Imagination Blog very soon   www.imaginationcrafts.co.uk  and don't forget if you are coming to any of the shows we are at, pop along and see us we will have these samples on stand, and we would love to meet you ...

Thanks to those who followed along I would love to stay and play but ...Mr post man brought me the Brand New Summer Decoupage stamp sets, today and i have to go and play...urmm that might be a good idea for next month's Blog hop,

As we are going to be away for the first 3 weeks of March...SECC Harrogate.and  NEC the NEXT Blog Hop will be after that but I will let you all know soon

See you soon have fun Jayne x

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