Fun and Easy Techniques With Stencils – Flock Transfer Sheets (ft. Newton’s Nook Designs and Therm O Web)

Merry Christmas #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - stamp, dies and stencil by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook

Hello and welcome!
I’m continuing my Mini Series about fun and easy techniques with stencils. In case you’ve missed, you can catch up the first tutorial here and the second one here.
Creating today’s card, I mixed and matched some amazing products from Newton’s Nook Designs with fabulous Flock Transfer Sheets from Therm O Web. Curious? Please check the video tutorial below to see the whole card making process.

 

I started with Neenah Solar White paper and the negative part of the mask die cut from Ornamental Shaker Die Set on a masking paper. I used Purple Tape to hold everything in place and spread Deco Foil Transfer Gel through Snowfall stencil. I let the pattern air dry and meanwhile inked an A2 size card base with Mermaid Lagoon Distress ink. Once the Transfer Gel was completely dry, I transferred the velvet texture from Deco Foil Flock Transfer Sheet in Blue Diamond color to the snowflake pattern by sending it three times trough the hot laminator.

Merry Christmas #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - stamp, dies and stencil by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook

The sentiment from NND Sentiments Of The Season stamp set was heat embossed with a Fine Silver Embossing Powder from Ranger. I slightly trimmed the ornamental panel, popped it on the card base with a foam tape. I glued the ornamental tops with Tombow Mono Multi Liquid adhesive and finished with the matching silver bows.

Merry Christmas #handmade card by Tatiana Trafimovich #tatianacraftandart - stamp, dies and stencil by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook

That’s all for today! Hope you liked this tutorial and a fun velvet texture I added to this holiday project! As always thanks so much for stopping by!

Tatiana

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