Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Shopping Our Stash- Challenge #429 - Make A Mess

Hello, Crafty Peeps!
This fortnight, at Shopping Our Stash, the challenge is to 

I wanted to practice the double stenciling technique and I thought this challenge presented the perfect opportunity to do so!  I used three stencils and four Distress Inks as well as stickles, wet glue, and glitter.

I invite you to join us in this challenge!  Looking forward to seeing your creations!

Chana Malkah
Stuff I used:
DecoArt-Art Nuveau Medallions
Art Nouveau Medallions - Retro Chic


  1. Very pretty, love the stencils designs against the brick pattern and the longer style card, beautiful, hugs, Lori m

  2. Wow I love the effect the three stencil have created on that awesome background. A fantastic card. María, xx

  3. I feel artsy if I use one stencil but three, that is awesome as is your project . is it a slimline card?

  4. Fabulous. It looks like elegant graffiti. hugs, Teresa

  5. oh my gosh, that is SO COOL chana! ♥

  6. You've inspired me to try a new technique! I'm definitely going to pull out my stencils and think about them differently after seeing this gorgeous make.

  7. Ohhhhhh Chana this is just gorgeous!
    I love the colours, the flower and butterfly...like Lauren said...just SO COOL!!

  8. Wow! This is awesome. So unique! I have to ask, how do you like your Xyron tape runner? Is it real permanent? I’m sort of looking for a new one, as my refills are getting harder to find! Thanks for sharing your beautiful creations!

    1. Thanks, Patti!
      I responded to your question in the comment section on your blog as well as here!

      I absolutely love my Xyron glue runner. I have the 1/2" and 1/4" refill cartridges. I purchased two runners so that I don't have to change out the cartridges. Ad Tech also has a small tape runner to which I am hopelessly addicted. They are economical. I purchased the pack of four and then I found the refills (box of 11) on Amazon. Both of these products, the Xyron and Ad Tech have given me permanent hold on my projects and the runners themselves have never failed to operate properly!


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