10.19.2017

Mystic Animals Notecard Set with Tim Holtz and StencilGirl




These mystic animal cards were born of my obsession with Roxanne Coble's stencils (trying to not sound like a fan girl) and always needing some extra cards laying around just in case. I like to make cards in bulk so that I'm never short for any occasion. You could also make a set of 6 and gift them to someone. 


This tutorial for these mystic animal cards are part of a fun blog hop with Tim Holtz and  StencilGirl Products. I love that these cards are a little bit mystical, a little bit whimsical and use Distress Crayons with some killer StencilGirl stencils in a few different ways. This blog hop was my first introduction to Tim Holtz products, even though I have seen them being used all over the art journaling community! I'm just slow at catching on ;) So, if you're tired of reading and just want to get on to the tutorial, then keep scrolling on!



*Check out the video tutorial below to watch!*



 

**You can find all the supplies I used to create these cards in the description box of the video tutorial.**

You can check out the entire StencilGirl Design Team's posts below for this blog hop! Be sure to see what everyone is creating with each awesome Tim Holtz product like Adirondack Alcohol Inks, Distress Oxide Ink and more projects with Distress Crayons.


Adirondack Alcohol Inks
Mary Beth Shaw

Distress Oxide Ink Pads 
Gwen Lafleur
Distress Crayons 
Sherry Canino


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7 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards! I have looked at these stencils so many times but was afraid I wouldn't really have a use for them. They look awesome on these bright fun cards!

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    1. I feel that way about other stencils too! I hope this project sparked some ideas for you :)

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  2. Really fun cards! I like that you showed how to overcome a goof! Thanks

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    1. I think a page or project isn't really complete until I make a good on it 😂

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  3. Love these backgrounds! Thanks for the video!

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