Peony Print

Hi all. Happy Monday. Vera here. For today, I am showcasing The Ton Peony Print Layering Stencil. I was crafting with some friend a couple weekends ago and my friend was playing with this set and it reminds me how gorgeous this set is and I was inspired to show this set some love.

To start, I stamped the Thanks sentiment from Jumbo Sentiment set on a piece of soft pink panel. Once that done, put it aside. I also leave the sentiment stamp on my misty as I will use this again and I don’t want to keep the position of the stamp.

Next, I die cut the flowers using Peony Print Coordinating die. Then I layered the stencils one by one on top of the die cut piece. The colors I used are: Soft Garnet, Hollywood Star, Beach Blondie, Coralline, Cobalt Breeze, Azurite and Caribbean Turquoise. Once I am done with stenciling, I adhered the die cut piece on top of the stamped panel. Trim all excess pieces.

Then I position the panel back on my misty and stamped the sentiment again. Stamped the sentiment “so very much” on a strip of cardstock and adhere to card with foam adhesive. Finished by adding Crystal Clear Rhinestones to the center of some of the small pink flowers.

Well peeps, that’s all from me today. I literally just fell off my chair trying to finish this post. My bad, I was leaning too far to reach the ink pad as I want to confirm the name of the ink pad that I used and well, gravity took over. The chair fall and my hiney slip off the chair and hit the floor. So, now hubby telling me to get off the chair and lay on heat pad. Cross fingers I didn’t fracture my tail bone. Wish me luck! May your week starts off wonderfully. Cheers!

2 thoughts on “Peony Print

  1. Marisela Delgado says:

    Girl, that is dedication! We’d rather you be safe than injured. I hope it’s nothing too serious. A good reason to ask for a massage on Valentine’s. I’m just sayin’. šŸ˜šŸ˜šŸ˜


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