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Shadow Stamping With Stencils

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Today's card project is similar to yesterday's blog post using the shadow stamping technique, but today, I will be using a stencil. I will be using kraft cardstock as well as black cardstock. This is a fun technique to use on any color of cardstock. I wanted to show the look on a light colored cardstock vs a dark color. The key to using any color of cardstock is to first lay down white pigment ink followed by colored ink.

Let's get started!!




To start, I take a 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" panel of Kraft cardstock. I tape it to the back of Gina K. Designs Water Droplets stencil using Purple Tape. Using my Blender Brushes, I start blending White Pigment ink over the entire panel. I remove the stencil and clean. Before adding colored ink, I heat set the white pigment ink with my Ranger Craft Heat tool.





I re-position the clean stencil over my panel making sure to offset a bit. I now start blending my colors in rainbow order, overlapping each color to get a good blend. The colors I use are Passionate Pink, Tangerine Twist, Wild Dandelion, Lucky Clover, Blue Raspberry and Wild Lilac. After my ink blending is finished, I remove the stencil.






Next, I cut two of the sides of my panel at an angle, and mount onto a panel of Tranquil Teal cardstock. I then trim the edges leaving about 1/8". I attached to a 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" kraft card base. 






I take a strip of Vellum, prep it with my Anti Static powder bag then stamp it with a sentiment from Gina K. Designs Wealth Of Wishes stamp set using Gina K. Embossing ink. I then cover with Black Embossing Powder and heat set. To attach the strip of vellum onto the front of my card, I use Spray Adhesive and press it onto my card front. To finish this card, I add some Disco Ball sequins and adhere using Connect liquid glue.






For my second card, I start with a 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" Black Onyx card panel. I repeat the process from my first card, first adding white pigment ink, re-positioning the stencil and offset. 






I now start ink blending colored ink onto the panel. Using my blender brush, I start with Blue Lagoon ink adding to random areas. Next, I add Wild Lilac ink to the rest of the areas, blending into the previous color. Once I'm satisfied with the coverage, I remove the stencil. Blending ink on dark cardstock is not as easy to see... it's kind of a surprise once the stencil is removed! I trim my blended panel down to 4" x 5 1/4" and mount onto a 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" Edible Eggplant card base.






Next, I cut an oval using Double Stitched Oval dies, out of Edible Eggplant cardstock by running it through my Big Shot. Using the bigger oval die from the same set, I cut out of Black Onyx cardstock.
I now stamp and image from Bitty Blossoms stamp set along with a greeting from the same set. I stamp them with Embossing ink, add Gold Embossing Powder and heat set. I adhere the two ovals together using Terrific Tape and mount onto the front of the card with Foam Tape. I finish off by adding Gold Sequins.








This completes today's card project. I wanted to show that this technique can be used with stamped images as well as stencils. I think this would look beautiful on grey cardstock also.


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 Happy Stamping!! 
Jeannie 

Comments

  1. These are cool. Neat shading, rich, dramatic colors.

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  2. Thank you for sharing this technique Jeannie. It is such a stunning effect, especially with the beautiful colours you have used.

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  3. Definitely have to try this!!! Thank you for sharing.

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  4. These cards are absolutely lovely. Thank you for sharing.

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  5. Loved how you made those gorgeous cards. Thank you for the tutorial!

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  6. These are bee-u-tee-ful!! I am so grateful that you have essentially showed such creativity without the use of a machine!
    This gives me such hope and inspiration!! 🥰🥰. I’m off to sign up to your site and you mentioned another site as well-generous heart, you!! Thanks for the kick in the….well, you know!! 😱. kerry

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