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Stencilled Decorative Trellis and Ivy Card by Sheila Weaver

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2 A4 Sheets Foundations Card – I used Milk.

One topper Sheet from the Anna Browne Cardmaking Pad Vol. 1.

Signature Stencil – Decorative Trellis 6602.

Signature Die – Ivy Corner SD066.

Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads – Shabby Shutters, Peeled Paint and Fired Brick.

Stippling Brush.

Sticky Stuff – I used Foam Pads, Double Sided Tape and Pinflair Glue Gel.


Step One

Using Foundations Milk card cut a piece of card 29.7cms x 15cms.  Landscape orientation, score in half vertically – do not fold.  Place the JS Decorative Trellis Stencil over the front of the card and emboss.  Do not remove the stencil and colour using a stencil brush and Tim Holtz Shabby Shutters Distress Ink Pad.

You may need to re-position the stencil slightly so it doesn’t over sail the centre score line.


Step Two

Using Foundations Milk card and JS Signature Ivy Corner, die cut out two Ivy sprigs.

Colour using a small stippling brush and Distress inks Peeled Paint, tinting the edges with Fired Brick, to match the Ivy in the topper.

Cut out the topper and the decoupage.  Mount the topper on a piece of card to strengthen the topper and build the decoupage.


Step Three

Using foam pads, mount the topper on the front of the card.

Add the Ivy sprigs as illustrated.

This card will fit in a 17cms x 17cms envelope.

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