Hey crafty friends! It's Laurie here! Altenew has a new Layering Stencil Set called Meadow Bush and I wanted to stop in and share! I have 3 projects today with this awesome new set, and I've throw in with a little Altenew Embossing Paste!
Meadow Bush Layering Stencil set has 4 stencils. The first 3 create the blooms and the last is the stems and leaves. When I first used this set I saw that having some dimension in the blooms would be so fun. I created a card for release day and I knew I wanted to try it again!
To create this card, I used Classy Stripes Stencil on a yellow card base and then added in some white paint splatters. I stenciled out the Meadow Bush using the Warm and Cozy Altenew Ink set. After die cutting the image, and on the last stencil, I used Altenew's White Embossing Paste to give it a little dimension. With black cardstock, I die cut one of the new Slim Sentiments Dies out and trimmed it down to use the “Thank You”.
I got a little more daring on this next card. On this one, I used Altenew's White Embossing Paste and a couple reinkers to add some color.
The first step was to ink blend in some Forest Glades ink for the greenery stencil. Next, I used Sea Glass for the first layer to create the soft blue. After letting that layer dry for awhile, I added some Ocean Waves to the paste for a little bit darker layer. The last layer I left white to keep the blooms looking soft and fluffy!
Classy Stripes Stencil is one of my all time favorites, so I grabbed it again and added some distressed strips around the image. To finish off the card, I added in the sentiment Thank You, from the Paint-A-Flower: Calla Lily stamp set.
One last project combing the Meadow Bush Stencils and the Classy Strips Stencil.
This time I used the stencil to emboss the navy blue card base. That is such an easy detail to add in!
Using Cloudy Night and Charcoal Suit Inks, I blended up the stems and flowers and then also added a layer of Dark Night, to create this more muted version of the blooms. For the last layer, I added the white embossing paste and then did a little sprinkle of glitter on top. I love the extra texture it added to the card. To finish it up, I cut the panel down and matted it in the same dark navy cardstock and then popped it up on the embossed card base.
I hope you enjoyed today's projects! The new Meadow Bush Layering Stencil Set is so much fun with lots of possibilities! I had so much fun sharing! Have a great day!