This could easily becoming a never-ending process! By sponging the Distress Ink through the stencil yesterday it left ink on the stencil surface. So I grabbed another piece of watercolor paper, misted the stencil and laid it down (wet side down) and held it in place for about 30 seconds.
I dried this with a heat gun.
Then the background was too pale for me so I sponged Tea Dye Distress Ink directly onto the paper.
I also spritzed with Shabby Shutters and Mustard Seed Distress Markers using a bulb sprayer.
This was decorated with table scraps and a stamped sentiment.