|Above: another example of embossed self-adhesive foil -- this time, the embossed outlines were filled in with translucent green acrylic paint. Dots of art glitter completed the look. Stencil used: 6" x 6" Ferns 6 Stencil.|
|Above: another example of embossed foil. Stencil used: 9" x 12" Boxed Vines Stencil.|
|Above: background made with 9" x 12" Facets stencil, on textured foil gift-wrap. Foreground embellishment made with 6" x 6" Hot Air Balloon and Mask set.|
|Above: made with 9" x 12" Mimosa stencil on gold gift-wrap tissue.|
|Above: made with part of Blooming Where Planted stencil (9" x 12") on textured foil gift-wrap.|
|Above: created with heavy-body gold metallic paint daubed thru my 6" x 6" stencil Quilted Flower Garden (which was then cut to size to resemble a pillar candle.)|
|Above: I placed my Pair o' Parrots stencil (6" x 6") on a sheet of textured foil; I traced around each of the shapes; I used fine-detail scissors to cut out each shape; then I added both to a greeting card cover using a glue-stick. The mini-hearts were punched from red paper using a Marvy hole-punch.|
|Above: one final example of paint used thru a stencil -- my 6" x 6" Mikki's Flowers stencil -- onto a background of textured foil.|
|6" x 6" Ferns 6 Stencil|
|9" x 12" Facets stencil|
|Blooming Where Planted stencil (9" x 12")|
|6" x 6" stencil Quilted Flower Garden|
|9" x 12" Boxed Vines Stencil|
Sincere thanks for visiting here today! This completes my series on using metallics with stencils.
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