Celtic Cross by Laura Drahozal

INSTRUCTIONS

Cut base8 1/2" by 5 1/2" and fold in half on the side.
Tape the Celtic Cross Stencil on the green card stock with removable tape.  
Make sure to cover the top first with one piece of tape, which will act as a hinge.
Tape all the sides.
Use the palette knife to remove the paste from the jar and place it on the paste spreader.  
Be sure to create a strip across the paste spreader that will cover the entire width of the cross.
Place the paste spreader on top edge of the cross stencil and pull towards you, keeping it in contact with the stencil, and filling in all the wells with paste.
Use the palette knife to remove the excess paste and place it back into the container.Carefully remove the tape from the bottom and sides of the stencil.
Lift the bottom edge of the stencil, using the remaining tape as a hinge, then completely lift it from the project.
While the paste is still wet, carefully sprinkle the various embossing powders and enamels onto it.  
You do not need to worry about where the colors go.
Heat the paste and embossing powder.  The paste will bubble as it dries.
Using the handle and the Say it Today Clear Set, stamp with the Versamark on the bottom of the card stock.
Cover the image with Pirate Gold Embossing Powder and shake off the excess.
Use the heat tool to emboss the image.
Assemble the card.
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Also uses these supplies:

Stampendous: SSC1190 Say It Today Perfectly Clear Stamps™ (Retired)
SSH57 Jumbo Perfectly Clear™Acrylic Handle
EP187 Evergreen Embossing Powder
EP102 Pirate Gold Embossing Powder
FREG025 Aged Copper Embossing Enamel
VM001 VersaMark™ Watermark Ink Pad by Tsukineko®
Dreamweaver: DWLG647 Celtic Cross Stencil
DWLM2010 Paste Spreader
DWDPK Palette Knife
DWDCP Copper Embossing Paste
Plus: Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®
1/2" Removable Tape by 3M® Scotch®
1/2" Adhesive Tape by 3M®
Paper Trimmer
Embossing Heat Tool

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