Time for some dancing! This adorable image is a recent release from Conie Fong! This bundle, Dancing Emily, is perfect for so many different occasions and especially great for this time of year as we blow off the dandelions! This set comes in JPG and PNG formats!
I'm having a little fun playing with homemade stencils and textures in my journal today!
I have used the Dancing Emily image and printed her and the sentiment from the bundle on X-Press It Blending Card. I used my Cricut to cut a mask to cover her and then got out my stencils. I layered up the inks.
I then came in with some Versa Mark embossing ink and and swiped the edges of the card. After sprinkling some blue embossing powder I hit it with a heat gun and then repeated the steps using a brown/copper colored powder.
I backed the piece with a dark purple from DCWV and then adhered it to my page. There is a bit of ribbon slipped between the layers! This page is finished off with a few little gems.
Digi: Dancing Emily from Conie Fong
Adhesives: Fabri Tac, ATG Tape Runner
Bo Bunny Double Dot Gems
Embossing ink and powder
Music Stencil TCW Carmin Medlin
Polka dot, flower, heart, and other are from homemade stencil
*Cricut used to make some stencils used in background and
to cut my mask for the focal image
Cricut Standard Mat
Cricut Access CTMH Art Philosophy
She is dancing off to the following challenges:
Mod Squad: Step Up Your Stencil (Stencil and embellish)
My Time to Craft: Embossing Wet or Dry
As You Like It: Fav Stencil...wow that's like asking your fav child! hahaha Well, I have to say I use this music stencil quite often. I'm drawn to it since music works with everything when you're a musician! ;)
Creative Knockouts: Lots of Layers
Allsorts: Incorporate something you love ~ I love music, coloring, inks, stencils, mixed media
Crafty Catz: AG optional twist use glitter and/or gems (I used gems)