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Stenciling Made Easy with Cornelia - Part I



Hi Everyone,

Since we just had that fun stencil hop at STAMPlorations I thought why not do a little stenciling class for my spotlight feature! Part one is over there at STAMPlorations! Here is just one of the cards I will show you how to make. You'll find lots of tips and tricks there.



For Stenciling Made Easy with Cornelia - Part II you'll have to wait two weeks...
....see you then!








Comments

conil said…
What an excellent tutorial...and, as you're the stencil expert, quite informative. Every one of those deer are beautiful.
Suchi said…
Oh Cornelia!! Thanks for the fantastic tutorial over at STAMPlorations! I thought I can't love cards more than this one! But I was wrong! I loved the other ones equally! You know I like rainbow colors, don't you? The rainbow color reindeer was so fun! Also loved the water-colored one! Ok, all of them are my fave! :P
Suchi xx
papierelle said…
Ein stolzer Blick und eine Klasse Karte. Und sowas kann ich hier auch live sehen, mit viel Glück sogar vom Fenster aus.
LG Gundi
Flo said…
Oh, da bin ich aber gespannt wie ein Flitzebogen!!!
Liebe Grüße
Kristie Goulet said…
That was one awesome tutorial. Thank you for sharing.

I just popped over to the STAMPlorations site and saw that I won. YAY!!!

Hope you had a wonderful birthday yesterday! xoxo
Mac Mable said…
Thank you so much for the fabulous tutorial. Great image on your card with vibrant and fun colours.
Kim Heggins said…
Fabulous and festive card Cornelia...just love your sweet deer.
Leigh Penner said…
Oh, I love how you tied the bell around the deer's neck!
Anita in France said…
What a fabulous tutorial, Cornelia ... such great tips and ideas ... and a brilliant selection of cards ... each one! Hugs, Anita :)
cm said…
I've come back from your tutorial, enlightened with the tips/techniques you shared! Your reindeer is "depth" delightful! Do we *have* to wait two weeks for Part II (said in her best whiny voice...)! Already excited...
hugs~c

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