Sunday, June 14, 2020

STAMPlorations Stencil Sunday (June 14, 2020)...For the Guys and Gals


Welcome to my first June Stencil Sunday post where, once again, I'm sharing some simple ways to play with the wonderful array of stencils available at STAMPlorations.

Guys and Gals...that's my theme for today's cards. I selected two of the new 6x6 stencils and created *his and her* versions through simple changes in colour and sentiments. Fun and definitely easy to make!

Card 1 - Guy Version

Cracked Pistachio, Twisted Citron, Salty Ocean, Blueprint Sketch Distress/Distress Oxide inks

Card 2 - Gal Version

Hey Sunshine - Clear Stickers - I separated love + you from "Do what you love"
I used a little frame/arrow die from my stash, leaving the top portion of the
frame open to insert a small photo. 
Spun Sugar, Dried Marigold, Squeezed Lemonade, Twisted Citron, 
Tumbled Glass, Milled Lavender Distress/Distress Oxide inks

Card 3 - Guy Version
Distress inks are the same as those in Card 1
RAD is a sticker from my stash and the You Are is stamped on a sentiment
die that I transformed into an arrow.

Card 4 - Gal Version

Picked Raspberry, Mustard Seed, Salty Ocean Distress inks
The arrow is a die from my stash

As you can see, I'm smitten with these two stencils that can be used every 'which way'!  Hope you found my Guys and Gals feature smile-making and inspiring.

Before you go:

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I'll be back in a couple weeks for another Stencil Sunday! 

Thank you for dropping by!


Crafting Queen said...

Love these card, the backgrounds are wonderful. Love the combination of colours you used.

MadeByMeghanK said...

I love the rainbow colors and the GUY colors! What beautiful stenciling!!!

Denise Bryant said...

Love your His and Her versions! Great stencil designs!

Carol Wortman said...

Great colors for this theme! I really like the photo frame idea! Gonna use that for sure! Thanks for the inspiration!

JenniferE said...

Fantastic cards! Love the stencils you’ve used...and the colors are great!

Lindsey said...

Fabulous ink blending using these stencils! Gorgeous set of cards... I think I can maybe guess who they are for. ;)

cghundley said...

Such fun cards and
love the different
ways you used the
Carla from Utah

Ms. Tamp said...

Good color examples for the stencil use.

Jeanne said...

Excellent showcase of how to use color in stencils to get the different looks. Your stencilling skills are on full display. Those blends are so pretty and, well, handsome, too! ;) Hugs!

Becca Yahrling said...

Very pretty with all the the lovely color combos.
The rainbow of color makes me happy!

Sue D said...

I like the colors for these male and female stenciled cards.

Heather said...

These are so cool!! I love how you changed the color combos and made them look completely different! Fabulous!

nancy dempsey said...

Great idea! Love the colors and the ink blending.

Dawn S. said...

Love how you used the same stencils but changed the colors to make two versions of each card!

Lucy E. said...

This is a great idea to help come up with masculine card ideas! They are a struggle for me to make. Thanks for sharing!

Tina Z. said...

These backgrounds look wonderful and interesting.