4/4 Stampin' Up! Summer Smooches Stencil & How To Video

I am loving the Summer Smooches Stencil. And, it got me using the Blushing Bride Smooch Spritz from the Occasions Mini Catalog for the first time this season! I forget how quick and easy it is to make stencil cards and the Smooch Spritz from Stampin' Up! dries so quickly that you can use your stenciled piece almost immediately.

I discovered that stamping with permanent ink (Basic Gray in this case) is an easy way to add a sentiment to your card. The stamps I used on this card are from the stamp set called Just Believe. If you are wondering how I made this card . . . I created a quick two minute video to show you my technique for creating perfectly stenciled card panels.

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Stamps: Just Believe (WM 116948, CM 120453)
Paper: Basic Gray (121044), Whisper White (100730), Card Stock Vellum (101856)
Ink: Basic Gray (109120)
Tools: Summer Smooches Decor Stencil available in April Only (125626)
Accessories: Whisper White Organza Ribbon (114319), Basic Gray Satin Ribbon (124326), Blushing Bride Smooch Spritz (125580)
Adhesives: Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755), SNAIL (104332), Dotto (103305)

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Deb B (Debadoo) said…
That's gorgeous Kay! I didn't realize our stencils came with the inside piece also that you could pop out and use it too.
Anonymous said…
Thanks, Kay! I too didn't realize the center popped out! Simple solutions that could have been a disaster! Your "sharing" is always helpful.

Sue Mc
MarvA1ix said…
I love to stencil, but only thought of using the "pouncing" method. I never thought of using the spritz. I will have to give it a try.