Start by adhering white cardstock to a piece of chipboard.
Lacing the Skate -
1. Thread string through needle.
2. Thread the string through the bottom hole - even out the string.
other end of the string, work your way up the skate, crossing over the first string.
I wrapped the string around the boot a few times and then tied the bow. Either way works.
7. Paint the skate with silver Adirondack dabber paint.
Cut a piece of Ranger Manila cardstock for a card front. Using the new Harlequin stencil, add Barn Door Distress Ink to the cardstock with a Blending tool.
NOTE: I should have adhered the paper to a piece of chipboard before I cut it but I didn't, so I cut the chipboard separately and then glued the two together.
small amount of the desired Alcohol Ink into the bag. Close the bag and rub the color around till the stars are coated. Dump out onto a craft sheet and wait a minute or two to dry. Now they are ready for a bit of gold over the top.
Add star to the ice skate with a bit of foam tape.
I used the center that was leftover when I cut the Cameo Frame/Sized Oval for the inside of the card. I also used the Harlequin Layering Stencil and Forest Moss to add a little pattern over the top. A Christmas Word band and a Vial Label finish it out.
Hope this gives you some ideas for using the Harlequin stencil to create cards or tags. My friend Richele Christensen has a fabulous Christmas card on her blog using the stencils - check it out here.
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