Hello! I have a funky card to share that uses one of the newest stencils from A Colorful Life Designs, called Mid Century Party. I fell in love with the retro vibe of this stencil, and I know it’s going to get used quite a lot by me.
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I started off by using 3 colors of Chroma Glaze from Brutus Monroe. I spread them with a palette knife, being careful to not mix the colors together too much. As it was drying, I went to work on my shaker. I have this rad lava lamp stamp from JudiKins back from when I owned my scrapbooking store. I have used it many times, and it makes for a great shaker. I stamped it a few times with Radiant Neon ink in Electric Pink and fussy cut it out. I used an X-Acto knife to cut out the interior. For my bottom layer, I decided to ink up the same Mid Century Party stencil so that it looked like you cold see through the lava lamp. I could have just mounted it on to the background, but I was concerned about the sequins catching on the Chroma Glaze. I used Prize Ribbon and Rustic Wilderness Distress Inks.
For the shaker bits, I pulled sequins from the Flutter By Butterfly and Twilight Meadow Sparkle Blends from Doodles Paper Playground. I also stamped the word “chill,” (also from JudiKins) on a piece of vellum with StazOn in Plum. I also added a few other sequins directly on to my background. For my card base, I painted on some Pear Tart Fireworks! Spray.
I love the vibe of this card. The Mid Century Party stencil is such a great background. Please be sure to visit A Colorful Life Designs to see the hundreds of stencils that are available. There are so many amazing stencils that are unlike any you may have seen before. You can use my code, “AlFan10” to save 10% off of your purchase, not including Master Bundles. Thanks so much for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!