Don’t ask how long this card took me to make. I’d be too embarrassed to tell you. Let’s just say there is more than one version in the trash can right now. It’s not that I was doing anything hard, it’s just that I kept changing my mind about what I wanted to do. But I finally finished, and I hope tomorrow is a better stamping day.
I hadn’t played with my jar of fiber paste in a while, so I thought it was time to pull it out. I scooped some out and dropped a couple of drops of Smoky Slate re-inker in and mixed it up. I then laid my polka-dot stencil down (from the Build a Banner Simply Created Kit which was in the Holiday catalog last Fall) and spread some of the colored fiber paste over the stencil.
After that dried, I took an aquapainter and dipped it in a couple of drops of Pool Party re-inker. I then tapped my aquapainter over the card and let some drops splatter on the card base.
Here’s a closer view of the cool texture that the fiber paste adds.
Enjoy your Friday! Thanks for stopping by!
Stamps: Four You
Ink: Versamark, Smoky Slate
Paper: Tangerine Tango, Whisper White, I Am Me dsp
Embellishments: Bitty Butterfly punch, Elegant Butterfly punch, Brights Designer Buttons, White Baker’s Twine, Pearl Basic Jewels, Build a Banner Simply Created Kit (retired)
9 thoughts on “Stenciled, Textured Dots”
Amy, I LOVE this. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!! However long it took, it was worth it!
Oh if the waste baskets could talk! This is gorgeous…..totally love it!
How much fun that textured paste must be!!!! I’m going to have to try finding some myself. The teenagers in my family would love some element like that.
Love what you did with your banner.
That is really cool, very cool! LOVE your card and the way you explained your process! 🙂 TFS!
Awesome card! Sometimes it takes a long time to get perfection, but it is worth it!
The final product is what is impt. And it is great.
Love this! Those colors are awesome together! And the texture if fantastic!
This is stunning, Amy! Very worth the effort. 🙂