16 Apr 2016

Stencil Monoprinting

Card with stencil Monoprint technique

Hello Friends I m back again so soon ;) sharing a very Quick and Easy one layered card today.

Card with stencil Monoprint technique

Used Stencil monoprint technique on this card .Applied picked raspberry,salty oceans DI on the stencil and some magicals (hottie pattotie)on Prima stencil (Poppies and Peonies collection) misted water and pressed the stencil on the cardstock.I didn't lift the excess ink so the blotchy look.
Card with stencil Monoprint technique

The sentiment is from Jane's Doodles stampset and I stamped it on vellum.Added few gem stones and a glitter strip for some interest.

Linking it to :
HLS CAS Challenge - Stencil Monoprint
http://www.happylittlestampers.com/2016/04/hls-april-cas-challenge_3.html

CAS Mix Up April Challenge (stamping + stenciling + watercolors)
http://casmixup.blogspot.in/2016/04/cas-mix-up-april-challenge.html

STAMPlorations April Challenge - Theme and Sketch (inverted the sketch)
http://stamplorations.blogspot.in/2016/04/april-challenge.html


ARTplorations Stencil Blog Hop - Flash Stencil Project Linky Party
http://stamplorations.blogspot.in/2016/04/artplorations-stencil-blog-hop-day-2.html
 
One Layer Simplicity Challenge -As You Wish April

30 comments:

  1. Now, that's one amazing card!! So stunning, Pooja! Love how you've mixed the colors - and the blotching actually adds a good texture! Love it!

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  2. Wow Pooja, this is so beautiful!! I love the monoprint technique you used, your results are incredible! Stunning colours, so vibrant! hugs :)

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  3. Beautiful card Pooja,lovely colour combo.Great work :)

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  4. Beautiful card Pooja,lovely colour combo.Great work :)

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  5. What a cool card!! The monoprint technique came out wonderful! Love the glittery border too!

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  7. Such a lovely stencil mono print here Pooja! So pleased you joined us on HLS CAS challenge! Have a lovely weekend! Hazel xx
    My Card Attic

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  8. Beautiful Card Pooja..love the choice of colors ..really awesome..

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  9. Great job with the stencil monoprint Pooja. Love the colours you've used. Fantastic design and layout. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

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  10. This is stunning, Pooja!! The monoprint technique looks amazing!! I love the beautiful colors!! What a gorgeous card!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  11. Beautiful card...love it!
    Xx Ellen

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  12. Beautiful card...love it!
    Xx Ellen

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  13. Beautiful card Pooja!! This techniques looks nice!! Thanks for sharing!!
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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  14. What a gorgeous card, Pooja! I love this stencil and the way the colors have blended and pooled! Fantastic design! Thanks so much for sharing it with us at CAS Mix Up!

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  15. I really love the color on your stencil monoprint card
    so wonderfully made
    hugs from new crafting friend
    Monika in Germany

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  16. oooooo Pooja! Love love LOVE your monoprint! The technique is amazing and the colors you have selected blended beautifully! I especially like that you cut the layer on the diagonal and inserted your sentiment accordingly. It's a fantastic creation, and so like you to change it up a bit to make such a work of art! hugs, de

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  17. So beautiful and artsy! I love the messy look, gorgeous choice of colors too!

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  18. That is one amazing monoprint, Pooja! And I love the touch of glittered paper too.

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  19. That blotchy look is just so COOOOOOL! It looks kind of like a tie-dye effect! Thanks for getting all splattery with us at STAMPlorations!

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  20. LOVE the color. LOVE the diagonal position...so cool!!! Thanks so much for stopping by as well!

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  21. Wow! Love the old colors in here and how clever of you to flip the sketch Pooja!

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  22. it looks amazing!! I learned this in the first watercolor for carmakers class, absolutely fantabulous technique!

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  23. Beautiful colours and the loose flowy watercolour.

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  24. Oh my - this is sensational! I love the way the colours blend together.

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  25. Oh, wow, Pooja! I guess I missed seeing this stunning card when you posted it. I just love how those colours blend. You are So good with techniques. So good to see you trying out new techniques and sharing with us.

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  26. What a unique pattern, love those colours :)

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  27. Hi, Sweet Friend! I am just dropping by to thank you for your sweet comment, and to thank you for always inspiring me! Hope you enjoy a lovely week! xo

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