Feather & Foliage


Thanks for stopping by!  I hope you're enjoying your Sunday, and I'm so glad you stopped by to see my post today.  I made a collage look card with a stencil background.

Using painters tape I adhered a stencil to a sheet of pink card stock.  The tape removes easy and holds the stencil in place.  Using a spatula I spread Golden Artist Colors Light Molding Paste evenly over the stencil.  I immediately removed the stencil and set the card stock aside to dry while I rinsed the stencil with soap and water.    Don't let the paste dry on the stencil or you will have a hard time removing it and might damage your stencil.   When the paste is dry you will have a raised texture.  I like that it's a different color too so the pattern really stands out.


I topped that pretty background with different color cardstock die cuts and some home made enamel dots.    I made the dots by melting Perler beads in the oven - you can find lots of tutorials on line - they are super easy to make and so inexpensive.  

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!!



Jeanne, your card is absolutely gorgeous. Your stencilled paste is so smooth and even and I love your colour combination.

This is gorgeous, Jeanne! I love the pops of bold color against that beautiful background!!

Great card, Jeanne! I love the colors! And thanks for the tip about making your own enamel dots... I love love love using them, and recently bought some homemade ones and I was wondering what they used to make them! I'm off to find that tutorial!

Aren't you the smartest person around? Love the stenciled design and the collage feel to your card...the feather is a a really good die to use for a collage card...it can go on just about anything! You have given me big ideas with that one!

This is so beautiful Jeanne! I love the textured stencilled background and the feather and berry sprig die cuts!

Wonderful card! Love the color combo and these dies layered together. Great job! Thanks for sharing.

Katie B.

Very pretty! I love the feather die...wishing I had chosen that one! :)

I love this card, Jeanne! You always choose the perfect color combinations. I've watched a number of videos about melting perler beads, and they are all made in a toaster oven, which I don't have. Do you know if you can melt them in a regular kitchen oven?

woow that beautiful combination and I fell in love with the super-super texture'll be happy if one day I have it in my hands jajajajjaja

Great way to present a card!!!!! I love so much your work!!!!

Love your paste background and the feather die.
Thanks for the give away opportunity

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