Embossing Foiling Pink and Main Simon Says Stamp Stencils

Hearts Galore!

Welcome back everyone! I had a little fun creating some backgrounds with the new Heart Stencil from Pink & Main.
It is really hard to capture the sparkle and beauty of these cards on camera but I did my best.  I’m always in need of thank you cards so that is what I created today.
This first card, I used some Tim Holtz Distress watercolor paper and applied the stencil using some Range Texture Paste. This dries white but leaves a great texture of hearts. I wanted to take it a step further, and spritz with Sparkle spray but when I checked it the next morning, it left some blotches on my paper. Still looks good but wasn’t the look I was originally going for.  I used the Thank you stamp and die for my sentiment to the card. The Thanks die is cut from the Magenta Glitter Cardstock from Simon Says Stamp. I love these glitter papers! 
This was another experiment for me. I used the Decofoil Transfer Gel with the heart stencil on some Neenah White cardstock. Then once that was dry, I ran it through my Laminator with some red foil. It did leave some marks on the heart but that may have been some streaking from when I applied the transfer gel.
I think this one is my favorite. I applied the heart stencil with some Bo Bunny Coral glitter paste. I love all the sparkle! I used the Thank you stamp and die set. The sentiment is stamped with WoW embossing ink and heat set with WOW white embossing powder.
I hope you enjoyed all the different ways you can use the heart stencil – or any of the stencils! It’s a lot of fun and very addicting once you get going as you can see!

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