Monday, September 14, 2020

Getting Glazy on Picket Fence Studios Release Day!

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 Hello and Happy Monday! Today is a fun Monday because the new Picket Fence Studios Release is here!  In celebration of the new Release, we are having a Hop!  Simply follow along with the list below and leave a comment on all of the blogs for a chance to win one of two prizes, details below!   

Today I am focusing on new Slim Line stencils and Paper Glaze so here we go!


First, I used the Slimline Leaf Stencil and added both Jade Vine and Boysenberry Violet Paper Glaze through the stencil.  Once dried, I added a bit of ribbon and a sentiment from the new Dragon Fruit set.  It was after I removed the stencil on the first card that I noticed how much lovely glaze was still left on the stencil.  Since I used two colors, I could not scrape the glaze back into the jar so instead, I laid a fresh piece of cardstock over the glaze and gently rubbed the paper.  I was delighted when I pulled the cardstock up to reveal a very cool second print!  I love how the leaf looks and decided the sentiment from Weathering the Storm Together pairs beautifully with the "scars" on the leaf!  I finished off the card with fabulous Frozen Nutcracker Sequins Mix.


I had so much fun with mixing the glazes I decided to do it again this time I used the 6x6 Floral Stencil with the Artemisia Silver and Boysenberry Violet Paper Glazes.  The sentiment is one of the sentiments in the new Fancy Christmas Sentiments sets!  I love the fonts on the Fancy Sentiment sets!  

 For the last bit of inspiration, I am back with another Slimline card!  

I used the new Slimline Broken Fence stencil and Jade Vine Paper Glaze.  The slimline size is just perfect for this darling dangling koala bear from I Wish We Could Hug.  I used the Coordinating Die for quick and easy cutting and then I couldn't resist a little Marigold Orange Paper Glaze through the Dashes Stencil on the balloon!  To add to the festive birthday feel, I tossed a few Spiked Cider Sequins onto the scene!

I hope you enjoyed my take on the new stencils and paper glaze today!  Follow THIS link to all of the new products in the Picket Fence Studios Store.  Also, in case you missed the big reveal of the newest and coolest Slim Line Die Cutting System here is a link!


 We have a fun hop with the entire design team for you to visit.  Picket Fence Studios is generously giving away two $50.00 Shopping Sprees to the store so make sure and leave a comment to be entered to win!  Winners will be announced on the PFS Blog on Monday the 21st!

      

                 

           

         

           



32 comments:

  1. So cute—but I absolutely love the leaf stencil card! Can’t wait to get mine:)

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  2. Beautiful cards! Good idea to get 2 cards with your paper glaze! That koala is so cute!

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  3. These are so pretty! Love the Koala bear!

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  4. Your cards are gorgeous Angela! I mention your leaf card in my video as a perfect way to use the two glazes together - for stunning results! So looking forward to seeing all your cards in the months ahead. Thank you for the very kind welcome xx

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  5. Love the look of the leaf stencil!! Your cards are beautiful. Thank you for posting them!

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  6. Great cards! You are always so creative!

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  7. Angie , I love the birthday card, its a cheerful greeting for any age group. I love what you did to the balloon, stencilling a big of color on it.. Fabulous idea .. I see it in my future. :-) Gail T.

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  8. Love the beautiful effect of glaze. The slimline card is so adorable. Love the new dies.

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  9. Stencils are so versatile just as you have shown here. Love the Christmas card and the little guy dangling is so cute!

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  10. Lovely cards! That leaf stencil is a must-have!

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  11. Oh, Angie! I love that koala card! I have the set, but still have used it. Thanks for the push. I really like the like the looks of the new slimline diecutting system!

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  12. And, I forgot to say I like how the colors of the leaves on your first cards match the color of your top in your picture to the right of the cards!

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  13. Wonderful card inspiration using this fun release!

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  14. Marisela Delgado said: Beautiful cards! 💜 mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  15. Thanks for sharing your cards! Such cool ideas!

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  16. Awesome cards! I love the stencil designs, and the Paper Glaze is something I'd love to try! Scrumptious colors!

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  17. Such fabulous cards, love the cute koala!

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  18. Love your positive and negative leaf cards!

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  19. That leaf stencil is a must have, beautiful cards.

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  20. Beautiful creations. The glazes look fun.

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  21. These glazes look pretty fascinating. Great stencils too!

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  22. Love how you used the two glazes together

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  23. Gorgeous cards. Love the leaves and the cute little koala. That die cut system is cool. Hugz

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  24. Nice mix of the glazes for the backgrounds.

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  25. Very pretty cards!
    I love the stenciled card with the non traditional Christmas colors.
    Very creative!

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  26. The glazes are so pretty and add such a wow factor.

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  27. I am loving all the ways these stencils are being used. Great cards.

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  28. Beautiful work with the paper glaze and stencils! I hope to try my hand at it soon. Thank you for sharing!

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  29. I laughed outloud when I saw the dangling Koala stamp! Adorabke. And the laf and "scarred" leaf's are beautiful. Wonderful stencils with amazing glazes!

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  30. Fantastic cards Angela! I've never used paper glaze before. Will have to add some to the wish list and try sometime.

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  31. Great use of stencils. I'm crazy about your koala card. Too cute! And the glaze is just beautiful that you used.

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