Memory Box Stencils and Dies…

Hi everyone!  There is a Stencil Blog Blitz going on over on the Memory Box Blog, HERE.  Every day there is a chance to win a stencil,  just by leaving a comment on the blog post each day.

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In today’s post, Laura is showing the Pop Dots Stencil.  I have a card made with it and the poppystamps Mod Flower Background die matches up with it perfectly!  I embossed the stencil by running a piece of card-stock through the big shot,  then laying the stencil back over the embossed piece as a mask,  I used several colors of Distress Stains to color the circles…Spun Sugar, Peeled Paint, Barn Door and Broken China.

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Then I added a banner cut with poppystamps Classic Ribbons die,  I stamped on it with a Memory Box Washi Chevron stamp and  Wishing You a Happy Day stamps

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Some Doodlebug Sequins to embellish and then glued together with Tombow Mono Multi glue.

I posted a stencil card on the Memory Box Blog  for the Blog Blitz on Saturday, using the Texture, Line Up stencil, Delphinium and Stems mini stencils from the Garden collection.

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I inked through the stencils with Distress Inks and the new Round Ink Blending Tools. (they are awesome by the way!)

Then I cut the Rhone Butterfly Wings die in the panel and layered Lagoon card-stock under it.

The Blooming Branch die is glued on behind the Classic Ribbons Banner and the word FLEUR is cut with the new Urban Uppercase Alphabet die set.

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And I have found that I LOVE to spatter!  Two colors of spray mist spattered on the panel.  Shake the mists side to side to mix, unscrew the cap and tap with your finger to spatter the ink off the tube.  Works great!

I used my Perfect Layers mini Rulers  and Cutting mat to cut the mat for the floral scene.  Link over on the right… love these rulers!

I have more cards to post and photos and cards from the Great Yosemite Stamp Escape too!  I’ll be back soon!

Thanks for stopping by, it’s good to be back. I have missed you ALL!

p.s. I still haven’t been able to get Google to recover my You Tube Channel.  It’s so discouraging. This is for sure one time when technology is not my friend.  boo.

There is one video on my blog Facebook page though.  I wish I’d loaded them all to FB!  Who’d a thunk!

Supplies I used on these cards…

 

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13 thoughts on “Memory Box Stencils and Dies…

  1. Beautiful and oh, so very clever! You ‘da rockinest die-namo that I know! MB is so lucky to have you designing and teaching for them! Hope you’re well – feels like for EVAH since we’ve visited!

  2. I just LOVE that first die which I just purchased. SOoooooo Cool! Your second card is lovely and it looks like another purchase. You are sure an enabler! :0) Thanks for the inspiration.

  3. The delphinium card is in my favorite colors so of course I like it. You are so creative with your cards and show us all many new ways to do them. The circle stencil card is bright and cheery. Perfect for a day like today.

  4. My brain is foggy this morning and I would have to see this done – I am better at seeing than at reading instructions. Beautiful cards Pam – do we have a baby?
    Sandy xx

  5. Always love what you do with whatever you are working with be it dies, stencils, colors. I just got the round blending tool and need some more practice – guess I was used to the other ones.

  6. Hmmmm….I haven’t been getting your blog e-mails. I wonder why; or should I say why not! Lovin’ that Mod flower background die. The color ROCKs! Thanks for sharing with us!

  7. When I saw your first card I ordered the die straight away! Waiting for it….LOLOL I loved the second one too, but will wait. I love every detail on both. I am taking the online stencil class now. TFS

  8. hi pam, thanks for commenting on my blog. this card is so pretty with some lovely techniques. i tried the round blending tool, but i rolls off my craft table. lol
    linda

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