Tree Silhouettes with Stencil

Here a few step by step photos of how I created a silhouette forest scene with the negative of an evergreen tree die cut.

Supplies:  Negative of tree die cut, sponge, ink, I used glossy paper as the ink goes on very smoothly.  You can see the complete list below of all products used to make this project.

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You can check out my double matted frame tutorial if you would like to see how I create my frames. 

 

Memory Box Dies, Leaping DeerDistress Ink Pad, Vintage PhotoDistress Ink Pad, Walnut StainMartha Stewart Craft Punch, BranchWaterbrush, Small

ColorBox Tool, Stylus Handle, 3 pkColorBox Tool Foam Blender Tip, 3 pk, OvalTim Holtz Tonic Retractable Craft PickAccents, Glossy Scissors, 5 Titanium BladeATG Kit, Advanced Tape GliderHigh Tack Double-Sided Foam Mounting Tape, 1/2Sizzix Big Shot Machine, Black & PinkMemory Box Die, Metal Adaptor PlateTeflon Bone Folder Paper Trimmer, Tonic Guillotine 12

Paper: Baja Breeze, Glossy White, Shimmer White, Kraft, Regal Rose       Ink: Baja Breeze, Distress Ink  Vintage Photo , Walnut Stain , SU Going Gray       Accessories: Cottage Cutz Rustic Sign and Trees  , Memory Box  Leaping Deer , Spellbinders Grand Squares , Martha Stewart Branch Punch, Waterbrush, Color Box Stylus  and Foam Tip , Fiskars 1/8" Circle Punch , Mounting Tape , Glossy Accents , Glue Dots, Paper Piercer , Metal Adapter Plate , ATG , Big Shot , Teflon Bone Folder  , Guillotine Paper Cutter