Falling Leaves Metal Stencil by Laura Drahozal
1) Use the leaf die from the Build a Wreath set to cut out leaves.
2) Stamp words on the leaves and distress the edges with the Versafine.
3) Tape the stencil over the blue card stock. Be sure to tape one piece across the top of the stencil that you will use as a himge when you remove it. Tape all the way around the stencil.
4) Use the palette knite to remove the paste from the container and place it on the bottom of one side of the paste spreader.
5) Place the spreader on the top edge of the stencil. Be sure the paste side is facing you.
6) Pull the spreader towards you, treating it like a squeegee. The spreader should maintain contact with the stencil at all times and will deposit the paste into the wells.
7) Remove the excess paste with the palette knife and replace it into the container.
8) Remove the tape from the stencil everywhere except for the top.
9) Gently lift the stencil, using the tape as a hinge. Then, remove the stencil entirely.
10) Sprinkle the top of the paste with the Ruby Red and Honey embossing powders and Carnelian and Jade PearLustre powders while it is still wet. Then let it mostly dry.
11) When the paste is mostly dry (about a half an hour or so), use the heat gun to heat it from underneath first, and then on the top. The paste and powders will bubble.
12) When the project is completely dry, adhere it to the mat.
13) Use the fabric glue to adhere the burlap to the background paper and the mat to the burlap.
14) Use the awl to punch guide holes into the mat and through the burlap and background paper.
15) Use the needle and hemp to sew the project.
16) Adhere the project to the card base.
17) Adhere the leaves to the card.
Also uses these supplies:
My Colors Cardstock by My Mind's Eye
ZipDry™ Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives
Manual Die Cut Machine
Versafine in Toffee
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