My only stencil is an old checks pattern that I used to use for, amazingly enough, stenciling with paint. I've ordered more stencils and can't wait to get them. So I attached the stencil to my paper with post-its and used an old business card to spread the paste over it. Being haphazard and free flowing is not one of my strong points but I tried to let it be a bit messy and not fill in every square. After the paste dried I attached the "thanks" die cuts with some Glossy Accents but a fine line glue stick would probably have been better. Does anyone know how to attach them so they are popped up and the dimensionals don't show?
Lastly I added the twine and button.
I'm looking forward to making more cards using this paste! Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!
Stamps: I guess I didn't use any
Paper: Chocolate Chip, Island Indigo, More Mustard (SU), cheap white
Accessories: Linen Thread, Earth Elements button (SU), glue dots, spackling paste, dimensionals, Glossy Accents
Tools: Simon Says Stamp Thanks die, Checks stencil
Edited 11/4: My card was picked as a Sunday Stamps Top Pick. Wahoo!!