2019/06/24

Get Well Soon – Stenciling with Perfect Pearls again


Hi Artsy Friends,

This is my second try of Stenciling with Perfect Pearls. I tried to create an Ombre effect by applying four shades of Perfect Pearls: Forever Red, Rust, Plum and Blush. But, as you can see, the color looks the same!


Ha! I don’t mind, anyway! I enjoy playing with this almost-forgotten toy. I’ve been buried by my full-time job lately. So making CAS card is a treat for me. Hope this card is eye-pleasing to you. Thanks for stopping by.

Card Details
1. Stencil and text are by Hero Arts.
2. Wonky Frame die is by My Favorite Things.
3. Text is heat embossed in black.

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2019/06/23

Happy Ever After – Stenciling with Perfect Pearls



Hi Artsy Friends,

This card is for my another niece. The young couple will settle down in Seattle. I wish her and her Prince Johnny happy ever after.


I am happy with this card because I finished it just in time for her. Besides, I played with Perfect Pearls over stencil for the first time.


The pearlized shine is so pretty.

Furthermore, the stencil is a DIY one, made from a die. Hope this card is eye-pleasing to you. Thanks for stopping by.

Card Details
1. Stamps are by STAMPloations. Die is by Simon Says Stamp.


2. Masking and Stenciling with Perfect Pearls techniques are applied for this card. I'd like to thank CAS Stencil Challenge Blog DTs for the inspirations.


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2019/06/22

Congratulations – Graduation Card for My Niece


Hi Artsy Friends,

This card is for my niece. She just graduated from  high school and is super excited for being admitted to her dream college. She will leave home. I’m sure my brother and sister-in-law might have a hard time in the beginning. She is a talented young lady with strong academic background. I wish her every success in her college journey.

I’m happy when I finished this card as I was able to play some techniques in this one-layer card. The rainbow color blending also made me delighted. Hope you like this card. Thanks for stopping by.

Card Details

1. Stamps are by Stampin’ Up (retired) and die is by My Favorite Things.
2. Dry Embossing with Thin Die and Masking Techniques are applied.


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