Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Stenciled Birthday

Hi, Lisa Lara here today, sharing how to make this
Stenciled Birthday Card
using new releases
This one layer birthday card is quite easy to make and great to have on hand.
I have a little tutorial below showing how to make your own stencil for this card.
 I made myself a stencil using one of the balloons from the
 I made one stencil for each color I will be using so the colors don't get muddied up when they overlap.
I used a light hold tape to hold my card in place.
Then I placed the balloon cut out where I want my sponged balloon to be (as my guide).
Then I will just place my stencil over the balloon then remove the balloon die cut so I can sponge.
So I sponged the one in the center, now I will do one at each end.
Repeating the process above.
Next, I will add two more balloons.
I am sponging light, for a softer tone, you can sponge as heavily as desired.
Now that I have all the balloons done it's time to add the strings and sentiment.
For this I'll use the new stamp set Happy Birthday.
Then I finished it off with Snowcap White Opaque 4mm Sequins.
I'm also playing in the Happy Little Stampers

Snowcap White Opaque 4mm Sequins
Snowcap White Opaque 4mm Sequins

Balloon Trio Die Set
Balloon Trio Die Set

Happy Birthday
Happy Birthday
See you next week!
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~amy~ said...

Absolutely amazing! Love this Lisa!

Shelly said...

Such a fun card! Love the balloons!

Celeste Goff said...

What an awesome card! I love the opacity of the inks and how they look overlapped!

Rosemary said...

fabulous card, lisa... I absolutely need those balloon dies now!!

Patti J said...

Pure genius, Lisa, and so cute! Thanks for sharing :-)

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

Oh this is so super cute, thank you for the fabulous tutorial.

Loll said...

Fabulous birthday card Lisa. This is so fun! Thanks for playing along at Happy Little Stampers. xx

CherylQuilts said...

What an adorable card, Lisa, and I LOVE how you've sponged the balloons together! Beautifully done and such a great CAS! Hugs!