Holiday Card with Texture Paste and a Stencil
In a recent post, I shared a card I made where I added color to white texture paste so it matched my patterned paper. For this card, I left it white.
The stencil I was using was a bit shorter than the card front so I cut the finished panel in half, placed the smaller pieces at the top and bottom of a layer of scrap card stock cut to the proper size, and covered the gap with a strip of red card stock and printed ribbon (Celebrate It RIbbon #81347-2017-03 from Michaels).
The kraft, red and white card stock is all Recollections. The greeting is from the Sizzix “Christmas Tree Flip and Fold” die set. I cut the flags with my “Banner Triple Punch” from Stampin’ Up and added a round paper clip to match the shine of the silver glitter on the ribbon.
Made another sample with the split in a different position on the card…
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3 thoughts on “Holiday Card with Texture Paste and a Stencil”
My how the banners tie the first one together. Such cool ribbon.
So very gorgeous and the white on white stenciling is awesome. And, I love the beautiful ribbon you added to the design. It is such a festive look!
I love the tone on tone look of the stenciling! That ribbon is just SO PRETTY! I have never used it like this on a card, but I tell you, I will be significantly more tempted to buy pretty ribbons from now on! I hope you are doing well!