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Stenciling Made Easy with Cornelia - Part II

Hi Everyone,

are you curious about part II of my little stenciling class? If so, you have to head over to the Spotlight feature at STAMPlorations

Leave me a comment at STAMPlorations if you liked this, I appreciate it!

Ready for more advanced stenciling techniques? 
Will have to wait another 2 weeks....

Linking up with:

Sparkle and Shine - see photo


Mac Mable said…
Some fabulous ideas and loving the idea of doing the flower stencil and then doing it again. Vibrant and fun colours. Thank you for all the tips and advice. Enjoyed learning more about stenciling and looking forward to the next techniques in 2 weeks x
conil said…
Think you the best to do these your style, woman.
Suchi said…
Fab tute Cornelia! Thanks for letting us know about so many techniques using stencils!
Suchi xx
Ruth said…
Diane Jaquay said…
Your stenciled card is absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for playing along with us at Sparkle and Shine!
*Vicki* said…
Colorful and gorgeous!! :)
cm said…
Went, saw, gasped in awe, and have returned to say: THANK YOU for the amazing cards, the recipes, the tips...Will definitely be aiming to expand beyond my 'plain old inking' repertoire!
Kim Heggins said…
You are so amazing...what a wonderful card!
Anita in France said…
Rainbow stencilled blooms ... how glorious, Cornelia ... they're gorgeous! Hugs, Anita :)
Ruth said…
The stenciled flowers are beautiful! I also love the sentiment!

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