Monday, 4 March 2019

March CAS Stencil Challenge


Welcome to a new challenge hosted by Julia.

Check out the Top Picks from February's Powdered Inks challenge HERE.



Message from Julia
Julia here, as host  for today's stencil challenge. Ghosting is a fun technique where you color a water color panel using water soluble crayons, inks or paints.  Lay your stencil over the colored panel and rub over it with a baby wipe to remove the color - leaving a 'ghost' of the stencil image!  We hope you'll try it out this month!

Ghosting video tutorials:
Ghosting by Loll Thompson (4:28)

Please follow the challenge rules:
    • Cards only with stenciling, following monthly theme
    • CAS design (clean and simple) - definition on sidebar
    • Include link to challenge on your blog post
    • Enter up to three (3) times
    Thank you!!!

    Welcome to our wonderful Guest Designer, Ishani (Quillish).
    She won the January Sponging challenge with this gorgeous card.


    Ishani
    (Guest Designer)

    Julia
    (Host)

    Loll

    Nancy

    Barb

    Cathy


    Linda


    Robyn

    Sue


    The challenge is open until March 24th.
    Winner and Outstanding Designs will be announced on March 28th.













    7 comments:

    1. Another fun challenge and wonderful inspiration by the DT. Cannot wait to play!
      Marianne x

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    2. Beautiful samples of Ghosting by the DT!

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    3. Wow! So many beautiful samples. I will definitely give this technique a try. Thanks for the inspiration!

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    4. Thank you so much for having me, I loved playing with this technique. I have always enjoyed the various techniques at CAS challenges but I am glad that I'll use my stencils more often now.

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    5. wonderful cards by the team...another technique that is new to me. Yes, I'll have to play along.

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    6. WOW ! Another fabulous technique to try and play with....and so many beautiful inspirational cards from the DT. Thanks so much. x

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    7. Great examples of this ghosting technique from the DT and a good incentive to try different ideas - I've posted my effort

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