New, new, new.
This new stencil for example mixed with a new idea.
All you need is white card
Black Soot Distress ink, or Black Adirondack
Attach the Rose Panel stencil to a tall piece of white card with low-tack masking tape.
Take time to mask off the edges well.
Spread and dab Versamark ink over the whole panel.
Remove the masking tape and the stencil.
Cover the entire inky panel with Detail Gold powder.
Remove excess powder and heat from underneath.
Heat set the whole panel.
Isn’t this lovely?
Very crisp and very elegant.
Now we have a choice. We can either stop right there,
and leave our Rose Panel gold on white.
Or we can add black...
By rubbing the black Die-based ink pad over the embossed work, the white grooves get stained. You could use any colour! Red or purple would look lovely, too.
I wiped it clean once, then went back in and completely coated the white card with black, just to see what would be the result. And guess what?
You would never know that the card was white underneath!
Of course, you could start out with Black card and arrive at the same place, but that wouldn’t be anywhere near as interesting!
Choices, choices, choices.
That’s what I love about stamping and stencilling.
You can go in a hundred different directions every time you put your creative hat on!
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