CAS Stencil – Monoprint heart

Hi there!

I am so delighted to be a Guest Designer for this month’s CAS Stencil Challenge.  The host this month is Linda and the technique that she is introducing is stencil monoprinting. You can see the first card I made for this month’s challenge here and I also shared this card using the same technique.

For today’s card, I used the lovely Simon Says Stamp Mosaic Heart stencil with one of my favourite distress ink combos (abandoned coral, spiced marmalade and seedless preserves) and I’m happy to say that I got an impression that I liked at only my second attempt this time! I trimmed down my panel and added a Simon Says Stamp die cut sentiment before adhering the panel to a card base.

This is the second time I’ve used this stencil for the CAS Stencil challenge. The first time I used it, I was really concerned that the stencil was too big for a CAS card so I came up with what I thought was a creative use of the stencil for a CAS challenge!

The CAS Stencil DT has come up with some amazing inspiration over on the challenge blog. I hope you can play along!

Thanks for stopping by!

LucieG.

9 comments

  1. Such a pretty DI color combo, Lucie! I love the contrast of the white heart pieces and that you chose a square design! Thank you so much for joining us as our Guest Designer for November!

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  2. Gorgeous card Lucie! LOVE the colours you’ve used for your stencil monoprint background. Thanks again for being our Guest Designer at CAS Stencil!

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  3. Beautiful stencil monoprint heart, Lucie. I love your color combo and white framing with the sweet hug sentiment. So pleased you joined us this month as our Guest Designer:-) Hugs..Nancy

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  4. This is such a pretty colour combination and the monoprint worked beautifully, thankyou for being our guest at CAS Stencil and your wonderful inspiration, Cathy x

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