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Father's Day with a stencil twist!


Happy Hump day! 
Karen Conner here with some Father's Day inspiration for you!
Using Stencils for all kinds of artwork adds so much to your project.

Isn't every Dad the star of our life?
I used the Stars and Stripes small stencil with texture paste for the front of the card.
After it had dried good, I painted the stripes with white gesso and the stars with red acrylic paint.
 The next card I wanted to have the focus on the stop watch from the Steampunk Pocket Watch stencil. I sprayed the cardstock with two different olive greens to match the designer paper underneath. 

 I hope you'll be inspired to use Rebecca Baer stencils in your everyday art work!


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