Hello, my friends! =) Here is a card that I made using supplies from Studio Calico's Antiquary card kit.

I trimmed several patterned paper that came with the kit into thin strips, glued them on a piece of thin cardstock on a diagonal then die cut the hello from it.

In order for the hello to stand out, I decided to keep the background simple. So I pull out a stencil and my light modeling paste again! I really like the textures the paste created! =)

That's all for now. Have a fabulous day, my friends! =)

Thanks for stopping by!

cardstock: (Rustic White) Paperttrey Ink
patterned paper: (all included in Antiquary card kit) Studio Calico
dies: (hello) Simon Says Stamp
stencil: (chevron) Studio Calico
tool: (die-cut machine) Provo Craft
other: (light modeling paste) Liquitex, (foam tape) 3M
card size: 3 7/8" x 5 1/2"


Jane said…
Ooh I like this Alice, I thought you'd dry embossed it to start with! Great technique, thanks for sharing
Jane xx
Taheerah said…
Love the hodge-podge of different patterned papers Alice!! Such a great contrast with the calm paste background. Fabulous card. :-)
~amy~ said…
super pretty Alice!!!
Wida said…
Love it. Got some paste but haven't used it yet!
Merry said…
This is amazing….the 'hello' looks terrific.
Lindsey said…
LOVE this card! What a fabulous way to incorporate so many patterns in a very subtle cohesive way. Adore the paste on your background.
Unknown said…
Oh hello awesome card!
Just lovely! I love both techniques you used! I HAVE to do them soon!
donna mikasa said…
Wow! Love all the texture on your card! LOVE!!

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