Christmas Flowers

I am seriously not going to lie. I am so excited!!! It is New Release Day for White Rose Crafts and they are expanding their 13@rts collection and adding stencils to their collection. I have adored the 13@rts paper line ever since WRC started carrying them, and now that they are carrying stencils, I am just giddy.

WRC sent me one of the stencils, Falling Flowers to play with, and I was just a little bit disappointed to see that I received a spring themed stencil with gorgeous falling flowers. It wasn’t that I didn’t like the stencil, I am just all over holiday crafting and didn’t want to create a floral project. But the more I studied the stencil, the more I realized it could be so much more than just falling flowers.

Step One: Trim a piece of dark blue card stock to 4.25×5.5 inches. Lay the Falling Flowers stencil over the cardstock. Press molding paste through the stencil.

Step Two: Carefully pull up the stencil. Let dry. Adhere the cardstock to an A2 card frame.

Step Three: Stamp the Christmas tree from the Woodware UK Whimsical Christmas stamp set in blue ink. I used Distress Oxide in Chipped Sapphire.

Step Four: Fussy cut out the stamped image. Using three dimensional tape, adhere the tree to the center of the stenciled cardstock.

Step Five: Stamp out the holiday sentiment from theWhimsical Christmas in blue ink and fussy cut it out. Adhere it to the card using three dimensional tape.

Step Six: Add some Nuvo Drops in Sea Breeze to the stamped image.

What do you think? Did I make the Falling Flowers stencil look like snow? Let me know in the comments below. And don’t forget to pop over to WRC and check out all of their new releases in the NEW ARRIVALS section of the store!

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