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Stenciling Made Easy with Cornelia - Part III

Hi, Everyone,

part III of my little stenciling class is now posted at STAMPlorations
In the first part we learned about how to lay down simple color. During the second part we learned that we can use Versamark, add pattern to stencils or stencil on patterned paper. Today's tutorial is all about embossing paste.

Let me know if you  liked this and if you are interested in part IV - I still have some tips and tricks up my sleeves, but if you had enough of that I'll understand!

 Linking up with:
Crafty Calendar - Things with Wings
The Sisterhood of Crafters - no designer paper (third card)
CASology - stencil

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cm said…
Went, saw, gazed in admiration, commented, and dashed back to say: I LOVE your stenciling series, so I'm cheering for Part IV, please! Your cards are fantastic! I have some rather neglected - and likely dried out - embossing paste somewhere...I'll see if I can salvage it and give at least one of these techniques a try!
*Vicki* said…
As far as I'm concerned, I think you are a master of the stencils!! :) Love all of theses awesome designs and I'm going to be sure to check it out my friend! Thanks for the inspiration!
Suchi said…
Ofcourse we enjoy your tutes! Thanks for sharing these awesome cards Cornelia! Loved the newly discovered technique too!;)
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Ruth said…
Part IV yes please - this has inspired me to get some embossing paste and use my very much underused stencils! xx
Anita in France said…
Amazing work, Cornelia ... the gold butterflies are particularly gorgeous! Enjoyed your tutorial (keep going, please, I always enjoy them!) ... you make it so tempting to have a play ... on my list when things settle down a bit! Hugs, Anita :)
Kristie Goulet said…
LOVE these, Cornelia! So pretty! Thanks for the inspiration!
Darlene said…
They are all just beautiful! Thanks so much for joining us at The Sisterhood’s ‘NO DESIGNER PAPER’ challenge and please come back again soon!
one of the 'Sistahs'
The Sisterhood of Crafters

Kreative Kymona said…
Hey Cornelia!! All of your cards are beautiful!! So elegant. Thank you so much for playing with us this week at CASology.
Aileen said…
Always such beautiful cards, please tutorials very appreciated. Keep them coming.
Hannelie said…
I wanted to say ... yay...the master of stencils... and then someone already said that!
Please go ahead, we want to learn more!
Beautiful cards Cornelia, thanks for joining us at CASology this week!

Monika Reeck said…
Let me say
you are queen of stenciling
many stenciled card you made are amazing and winner for my eyes and for all challenges Cornelia
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Susanne Vargas said…
Wieder mal super Karten! Also den Schmetterlingsstencil muss ich doch glatt auf meine Wunschliste setzen, der sieht ja toll aus, so wie du ihn ben├╝tzt hast!
Letzte Woche war so viel los, dass ich total hinten dran bin mit kommentieren...
Planetsusie said…
I love your card - such a beautiful design I love those butterflies. Thank you so much for entering our Crafty Calendar (Things with Wings) Challenge this month, lots of luck to you. Hugs Sue Pxxx
Kim Heggins said…
Wow...amazing cards Cornelia! These are all just wonderful.

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