Picket Fence Studios January 2020 Release

Welcome everyone ! It’s time for the Picket Fence Studios January 2020 Release! I have some inspiration to share with you today to help inspire you.

One of my favorite items from this release is the NEW Artsy Sun Stencil. Check out this amazing design! For this card I started with a piece of Sunflower card stock, spritzed the stencil with Pixie Spray and laid it onto top.

Then I heavily, heavily ink blended Black Ink over the top. Once done, I spritzed with Shimmer spritz for sparkle. The sentiment comes from the new Eat, Sleep, Yoga stamp that I stamped on white card stock, die cut with a circle die and added to the center of the sun with foam squares.

My next card is very similar except I started with Black card stock, placed the stencil down and then spritzed with Tumbled Glass, Chipped Sapphire and Wilted Violet Distress Oxide Spray. Once dry, I spritzed with the Shimmer Spritz for that extra sparkle.

Then sentiment comes from the Seriously, Literally, Always stamp set in which I heat embossed with Sterling Embossing Powder, die cut with a circle die and adhered to the center with foam squares.

I was having a lot of fun with this new Artsy Sun in case you can’t tell. I have one more card to share using this stencil. Again, starting with a piece of Sunflower card stock, placing the stencil down and spritzing with Spiced Marmalade Oxide Spray.

Next I have this amazing Flowers In Heart stencil. I like to spray the Pixie Spray on my stencil because it helps lightly adhere my stencil so it stays in place while I ink blend.

Once my stencil was in place, I’ll ink blend Spun Sugar, Picked Raspberry, Wilted Violet and Black Soot Distress Oxide inks with the blending brushes.

I stamp the sentiment from the Seriously, Literally, Always stamp set in black ink and then spritz with Shimmer Spray.

Picket Fence Studios comes out with some amazing large stamp sets. One of the brand new ones to hit the store is the Barberton Daisy. I started my card by stamping in Black ink using my Misti Tool. I’m going to leave this stamp set in my Misti and color the image with copic markers.

After the image was colored, I place the stamp set back in the Misti Tool and stamp it again with embossing ink and heat set with Gilded Embossing Powder.

I’ll finish off this card by stamping the sentiment in the top corner and layer the card with white and gold foil card stock.

Another large set being released is the Swallowtail Beauty.

My background for this card, is a swiping technique that I picked up from Jennifer McGuire using Alcohol inks on Yupo paper.

I then stamped the large image ontop of my background using Versafine ink and a Misti Stamping Tool. I had to stamp it multiple times to get it to really stick on top of the Alcohol ink and then to speed up the drying time, I sprinkle clear embossing powder over it and heat set.

Aren’t these sets amazing!

Wow! Amazing release right!? I have more examples to share but I’ll post those at a later date as I wanted to do a video with them as well.

This is just a snippit of what is being released this month. There is lots more!

You can find the new release below

NEW RELEASE

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3 thoughts on “Picket Fence Studios January 2020 Release

  1. Sharon Dolan says:

    Wow, the daisy and butterfly are amazing. I have almost the same same daisy but much smaller and I use it a lot. Sadly it is soon to be replaced with the Picket Fence Daisy. Stunning cards!

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