As well as being inspired by Donna's card, I have also been inspired by the myriad of cards resulting from the On-line Stenciling class. The technique I have used is to colour modeling paste with fushia ink....a very enjoyable process.
My stencil, I am loath to say, is a sheet of metal cutout from sequins I think. I have had it for years. I just wash and reuse it as you would a normal stencil. I like the density of the dots. I also have a roll of plasters tape with smaller holes that works well too. So, I just smeared the coloured paste randomly, well, slightly planned, on the card with a palate knife. I love the partial dots.
I overlaid a white die cut fern frond, and a scattering of sequins, including a few cutouts from the sequin holes that you find in the bottom of the packets.
For my sentiment I stayed with the vellum, and fully intended to use the die cut 'Hello' on the card, but the negative piece of gold mirror board just asked to be used. I like the result, although, I had to polish the mirror board before I photographed it. :-)
Taking the photo was a bit of a mission because there was a lot of reflection in the mirror board. In the end I decided that was one of it's characteristics so stopped fussing.
I am off to bed.