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Video: Woodland Forest Stencil with Texture Paste

by Dana Joy November 16, 2020 8 Comments

Good morning everyone. It's Dana Joy here with you today. For today's card we are going to do a little bit of stenciling using the new Woodland Forest stencil along with texture paste and Hero Arts inks.

Watch the video below to see how this card came to be (or click HERE to watch on YouTube).

To create my card I used the Woodland Forest stencil with texture paste on Mist cardstock. I colored the texture paste with Soft Brown and Cup O'Joe inks. Mixing in the color to the white texture paste allowed me to custom color my design.

I set this panel aside to dry and worked on a sentiment strip and critter. Pulling out the Love You Deerly stamp set, I stamped a sentiment in Cup O' Joe ink on Sand cardstock. The adorable deer is from the same set and I colored it with Copic markers.

I trimmed down a piece of Sand cardstock using the Rectangle Infinity Dies and layered my mist stencil panel on top. I adhered this panel to a Dove White Side Folded Card . The sentiment strip and deer are popped up with foam tape. A white gelly roll pen was used to add faux stitching to the sentiment strip. 

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you enjoy the tutorial. See ya back here soon.

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8 Responses

Henriëtte
Henriëtte

November 21, 2020

Gorgeous card Dana.
Thank you so much for the great video tutorial and sharing your inspiration.
Stay safe and have a wonderful day.

Gail Scott
Gail Scott

November 18, 2020

Stunning creation – love the use of textured paste and the background and lovely deer display – TFS

Leanne in Cali
Leanne in Cali

November 18, 2020

I love this card and the details you made with the color and texture paste plus dimension! Thank you for sharing your great video!!

Lori Spitzer
Lori Spitzer

November 17, 2020

Hi HA and Dana -
What a beautiful card! Dana, I would especially like to thank you for two terrific tips. First, since I am new to die-cutting (at least for card-making… I used to use it all the time as a teacher for making bulletin board decorations), I did not realize that I could be cutting ONLY the frames around the main portions of cardfronts and saving the inner rectangles for other projects. I have been using many layers and, frankly, the card front becomes rather heavy that way. I love your advice about cutting out the center of the rectangle and saving it. That’s very economical! Also, I never thought to smoosh (smush?) my ink pad and use it to color my paste. Genius.

I love the finished card and thank you for the video. I really enjoyed it.
Blessings,
Lori S in PA

Laura Casselman
Laura Casselman

November 17, 2020

You have so much talent and are such a good instructor! I love this!

Carol Wortman
Carol Wortman

November 16, 2020

Very pretty, so so sweet, and stunning! I’ve not tried paste yet, but breaking up the texture color like this really makes me want to. I do love that effect. The sweet face on that deer stamp is so precious. I’d love to try this card. Thanks

Sheri Kempke
Sheri Kempke

November 16, 2020

Absolutely gorgeous card, that little deer is so sweet!

Patricia Wilson
Patricia Wilson

November 16, 2020

I loved your card and the texture paste that was colored with the ink. I haven’t used any texture paste in a long time and think I should get it out and do something like you did. Thank you!