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Thursday, November 16, 2017

Winter Striped Tree

 Hi Everyone,

I played with my iStencils - this beautiful tree stencil is one of my favorites

It's called Winter Striped Tree. So clean and modern, yet the swirls add a  lot of interest.

 For the white card I stenciled twice - once in lime green. Then I moved the stencil a smidgen and sponged again with a darker green. Then I splattered gold splatters with Fine Tec and let it dry. Die cut the sentiment from the card and with fun foam and put it all together. Added the little "wishes", Washi tape and enamel dots

The second card is essentially the same, except that I stenciled only once (I actally made that card first). Twice is better. Did not splatter (another mistake)

The die cuts I used are from Papertrey. this card got some little gems and of course Washi tape.

Happy Stenciling everyone!

 Linking up with:

Happy Little Stampers - anything goes with dies
Time Out Challenge - CASeing MicheleFerguson (see her beautiful card below - I went with the partially hidden sentiment and the stenciling, although I also got a big does of inspiration from Anita in France)
CHNC extra November - anything Christmas

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Flo said...

Beide Karte sehen toll aus, wobei mir die türkis noch besser gefällt.
Warum - kann ich nicht sagen.
Liebe Grüße

conil said...

As you know, there are no mistakes in crafting. Besides, both these cards are truly gorgeous. Can't figure out why you'd think there is an error. Love this stencil, too. And the double stenciling does give the first card more depth but I'm crazy about both of them.

Mac Mable said...

Great contemporary stencil. Love the way you did the colours twice on the first card. Great splats too and real Wow cards...particular the first one x

Laurel Johnson said...

These cards are fabulous! I saw them and ordered that stencil!

Ruth said...

That’s one amazing stencil and I love how you’ve made it have a shadow in a different green. The splatters add the required amount of bling for a Christmas card. Gorgeousness! Xx

sandie said...

This is so creative. I love the way you combined the stencil and die and used the 2 different greens, great to see you at Time Out

papierelle said...

Richtig tolle moderne Karten, gefallen mir sehr gut!!

Macimbalo said...

What a cool stencil and I love how you used it. The die cut sentiment is also perfect for your card! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Happy Little Stampers ATG w/ Dies November Challenge!

Verna Angerhofer said...

What wonderful creations you have made using that stencil. I love all of them.

Marjorie DUMONTIER said...

Oh my !! That design of the tree is soooo awesome !!

Anita in France said...

Ahhhh, here it is, Cornelia ... and how stunning those trees are ... in both versions! The kraft one with the single stencilling is a rustic delight ... and I love how you took it up a notch on the white one with the double stencilling and gorgeous gold splatters ... elegant and beautiful! Thanks so much for the shout-out, my friend ... so delighted to have you playing along with us at Time Out! Hugs, Anita :)