Earlier this week, we made a card with the Enduring Beauty Masks with our local stamp club. But today’s stenciled flower card is a little different take on the card.

Ann originally used the stamp set to make the lines in the flower. We shared it in this post, but when the stamp club did it, they did two layers of Bubble Bath which looked very different than how Ann did it.

But here’s how it turned out applying the colors of the card without the stamped lines. She did two layers of Highland Heather for the flowers, 2 layers of Old Olive for the leaves and Pebbled Path for the stamen.

Stenciled Flower Card
Stenciled Flower Card

It totally has a softer look….except for those Pebbled Path stamen! I think there was a little black or Basic Gray on the Blending Brush.

But, I love those Purple Fine Shimmer Gems she added.

Stenciled Flower Card
Stenciled Flower Card

What do you think?

Softly stenciled or more bold?

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NOTE: She didn’t use the Enduring Beauty stamp set, but we are going to share the bundle just in case you’re interested. (Those greetings would work too.)