Friday, October 16, 2020

CAS Mix-up Stencil 10/20

Today's card is for the CAS Mix-up Challenge.  This is a good one as there are many ways to do tone on tone with stencils.  In fact there are links to videos on the blog if you need inspiration.

I started with a piece of heavyweight Neenah and colored it with Distress Oxides in Aged Mahogany, Spiced Marmalade and the new Cracking Campfire.  Then I placed my Funky Fossil stencil on the paper, covered it with a baby wipe and ran it through my die cutting machine with an embossing mat.  The PTI sentiment was heat embossed in platinum on chocolate cs with a CP leaf cut from the same paper.  Because this is a CAS challenge, I cut the panel in half and ended up with two cards.  

I'm so glad you dropped by today.  Have a good weekend.









10 comments:

  1. Lovely example of tone on tone stencilling Bobby and I really like those Autumn colours you have used. Thanks so much for sharing with us at CAS Stencil.

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  2. Hey LOOK AT THAT!! This one hasn't even hit my inbox, Bobby, but I had to come by to see the 'similarities!' We definitely had the same holiday in mind, and leaves. LOve your color choices, Bobby! and you have the new ink! woo hoo! I've yet to get it!
    =]

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  3. Awesome choice of ink colors and I love how you've used a baby wipe with the stencil! An awesome background and the little leaf is sweet tucked in the sentiment! Thanks so much for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

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  4. Beautiful bright colours Bobby and love the leaves stencilled and embossed over the background, and the chocolate die cut leave and sentiment strip is a super rich colour bringing to mind the season. x

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  5. Oh how pretty! The skeleton leaves are fabulous!

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  6. Warm and rich with a fabulous sense of depth, Bobby ... this is lovely! Hugs, Anita :)

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  7. Beautiful blended background for your dry embossed leafy stenciled card, Bobby. So pleased you joined us at CAS Mix Up. Love and Hugs...Nancy

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  8. That background is stunning! I’ve not heard of the baby wipe technique but I now need to give it a go!

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  9. Simply gorgeous, love the colour and the richness and two cards for the price of one. Whats not to like? xx

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  10. LOVE the deep, rich colours of your Autumn leaves, Bobby! I have never included a baby wipe when dry embossing. What a great idea to ensure that the colours are lightened around the stencil. Thans for sharing your beautiful card with us at CAS Mix Up! And thanks for the tip! xx

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