So grateful

I found some time and inspiration to play with the gelliplate and distress ink again. I tested some new and old stencils of my own designs – all cut using my cutting machine (a Silhouette SD). The stencil material are pages from an album that will never be used as I do all albums digitally now. The paper is about 120 g/m2 and works well as a stencil material.

I started by adding the print to the inside of the swirl heart. Then I used the heart shape to mask this part while I added more to the rest of the card.

The word “takknemlig” means “grateful” – because I am.

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