Hay There! Working with Stenciled Pattern Paper

Hay There Friends and Happy Midweek! I thought I would share a few more details about my weekly Miss Ink Stamps IG Posts here on my blog.

This week I created a bright and cheerful card celebrating the color yellow and the fun Ei-ei-o word dies. I also had a blast creating patterned paper using the Halftone Lines Bold Edges stencil. I love using stencils to create patterned paper because you can customize the colors, size and design to exactly what you need for your project.

Making the card

First I created my own patterned paper using Mustard Seed Distress Oxide ink, blending brushes and the Halftone Bold Center Lines Stencil.

Then I die cut the letters H-A-Y from the stenciled pattern paper. I also die cut the letters twice from white card stock and adhered them together for a thick chipboard look.

I stamped the Rise and Shine image with Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I colored the buildings with Copics (Y00, 04, 08 and YR35) and added a few dots of hay into the fields. I really like how the partial coloring turned out against the crisp black stamped images.

I adhered the H-A-Y letters with Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive. I die cut “there” from black card-stock (I also stacked several times for a chipboard look) and adhered it to the card slightly overlapping the Y.

From the stenciled patterned paper, I cut a large panel and adhered to the bottom of the black card base. Then I layered the “Hay There” card panel slightly above the yellow patterned paper. To finish the card with a little extra pop I added clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh and and black jewels.

I hope you enjoyed this bright and cheerful card and it inspires you to use your stencils to created patterned paper for layering and die cuts.

Big Paper Hugs!🤗

Emily

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Guest Designer with SugarPea Designs

Hi Friends! Super excited to let you know that I’m a Guest Designer with SugarPea Designs for July & August!!! SugarPea Designs has the sweetest stamp images that create the most cheerful and whimsical cards and papercrafts.

You’ll find a new blog post from me on Mondays where I get to share all the fun projects that I’ve created using SugarPea Designs Stamps, SugarCut dies and pattern papers! Seriously, I am sooo excited and I can’t wait for you to see all the fun projects I’ve been working on! There’s also a Guest Designer Introduction post if you want to check that out too.

My first post is now live on the SugarPea Blog! I had so much fun making one card with the cute little Wagon Wishes Stamp Set and Large Striped CoverPlate die that I ended up making two cards; A Welcome Wagon Card perfect for a new neighbor or team member and a Thank You Card using the Thanks Word Die.

I hope you can join me on the SugarPea Design Blog for all the card making details. See you next week for another fun pops of paper card (or maybe two).

Big Paper Hugs!

Emily

Mix it Up Monday with Trinity Stamps: Lady Liberty, Fireworks Stencils and Envelope Die Cuts

Hi Everyone! I can’t believe today is the first day of July!? Summer is here and the just a few moments away from fireworks, cook outs and red, white and blue festivities. To celebrate, I’m over on the Trinity Stamps blog using their Lady Liberty 3×4 Stamp set and mix it up with the Layered Fireworks Stencil and Narrow Card/Bookmark/Envelope/Bonus Die Set. I hope you’ll join me for all the card making details!

Big Paper Hugs!

Emily