Thursday, 29 January 2015

More Sweet Poppy Stencil Samples.... Brusho Paints Time!

Morning all ... more from Sweet Poppy Stencils. I've been working with their NEW designs all week.
This one is the fabulous Biplane design by Emma Cronin. One of my favourites.
I've used Brusho Paints from Oyster Stamps, for the background and stenciled the Biplane with Black Archival Inks.


Just word about cleaning your metal stencils - carefully clean them. If using pigment inks, you can use hand sanitiser gel and a soft toothbrush, then rinse off the stencil in water and dry. Beware of sharp edges, look after your fingers! For dye based inks or Brusho Paints just water and the soft toothbrush.


My completed image was cut into sections with a die, then mounted onto the base card with Sticky Pads.
The stamp is from my stash and I was tempted to write the word DAD on the card but my handwriting is naff and I was scared of ruining the whole card.
I'm sure you are more courageous than me!
Back tomorrow... A HUGE thank you for popping over to my blog today 
Eileen xx

10 comments:

  1. Fabulous Eileen great man card x

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  2. Another gorgeous card and wonderful stencil Eileen.

    Sue xx

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  3. OOOH . . . interesting! Like the sectioning.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  4. Love it, very interesting design xx Zoe xx

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  5. This is wonderful Eileen and I love the way you have cut the image out with a curved stitched die and it would be great to have the details of that. x

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  6. This one will have to wait until next month Eileen spent loads today and westpoint xxx Loved the new stencils xxxxxxxx

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  7. Love the panels you have created....was it a Spellbinders Die as I think I have one very similar from the Decorative Borders set?

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  8. brilliant Eileen. this is beautiful for a bloke xx

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