VIDEO: MUST HAVE TOOL FOR STENCILS! Simon Says Stamp Rainbow Release

Welcome everyone! I’m so excited to share with you some card inspiration featuring a new stencil from the Simon Says Stamp Rainbows release.

I also have a video to share with you featuring a new must have tool for stencils. This is obviously my own personal opinion so I’ll share with you how to use this amazing tool and what I think of it in my video. This product is not new to the market but it’s fairly new to me.

VIDEO

You can view the video down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.

Now this tool that I’m bragging about is the Wendy Vecchi Make Art Stay-tion. You may have already seen me use it in videos but today I’m going in a little more detail. I’m also featuring the NEW Fading Hearts stencil from the Simon Says Stamp Rainbows release.

This is a large slimline stencil with hearts that go from large to small and fade off the top of the stencil. I ink blended in rainbow colors of course, I mean, this is a Rainbows release right? 🙂

I’m using Kitsch Flamingo, Dried Marigold, Squeezed Lemonade, Twisted Citron, Salvaged Patina and Shaded Lilac Distress Oxide inks and domed blending tools to do my ink blending.

After ink blending, I squished Salvaged Patina and Kitsch Flamingo onto my glass mat, added water and flicked on some color to the background for added interest.

You can leave this as a large slimline card or trim it down to the size you need. I’m using the Mini Slimline Rectangles die from Simon Says Stamp to create a mini slimline card.

The You Shine sentiment is die cut from white and black cardstock and added to the front of the card with foam tape.

For a little more sparkle I adhered some jewels from Pinkfresh Studio using Bearly Art Precision glue.

Hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration and video. Thanks for stopping by!

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