Try this idea for fast fun!
Cut triangles and rectangles from papers printed with acrylic paints and a masks or stencils, then glue the shapes to blank greeting cards --
|Above: The rectangle and triangle forming this Christmas tree were cut from a print on metallic silver paper using 6" x 6" Kaleid 085
|Above: The background is a greeting card blank made from metallic bronze which is very pretty in actuality, altho this photo makes it appear as a dull brown. The rectangle and triangle forming this Christmas tree were cut from a print on metallic gold paper using 6" x 6" Kaleid 085. Both Kaleid trees are topped with 3-dimensional elements bought long ago at Michaels Arts and Crafts.
|Above: This cardstock is pale metallic blue. The pillar candle was cut from a print made using 6" x 6" Palm Fronds Silhouette Small s238 with metallic gold acrylic paint on blue paper.
|Above: Like all 3 stencils in my 9" x 12" Borders series, Borders # 1 L220 comes with three borders. The far-left border is the one used in making today's final two prints.
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