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TWO AMAZING STENCIL TECHNIQUES!

 Hi everyone, Anirudh this side and today I have two amazing techniques using stencils.

I'm featuring the latest Tubby Craft October release stencil - Foliage 1.

Have a look at the creations...


The video tutorial is linked below

Two amazing stencil techniques

The products used would be listed at the end of this post.

Let's check out the techniques one-by-one;

Technique 1: Stencil Resist

This is such an easy technique but the impact is high.

I started by using a 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 piece of cardstock and covered it with Raspberry dye ink directly onto the paper.

Then I placed the latest Foliage 1 stencil over this inked paper and sprayed it generously with water.

Using a tissue, I wiped the water away and as these are dye inks, they react with water and get lighter in those areas.

Now, I used a heat tool to speed things up and this gave a beautiful background.

I simply added die-cut sentiments and a few hearts to complete the card.

Here's a close-up of the beautiful background;


Technique 2: Partial Stenciling


This technique uses masking an area as the main focal point.

For this, I used the Tubby Craft Bloom stamp and Jet Black dye ink and stamped over a white card front and also on a scrap piece of paper. You can also use masking paper if you want to.

Then, I fussy cut the image on the scrap piece of paper and stick it over the other stamped image with some temporary tape runner.

Now, I placed the Foliage 1 stencil over the panel and using
 Light pink dye ink, I ink blended over the entire panel.

For an advanced look, after removing the stencil, I blended the same ink over the panel but with a much lighter force.

This gives a dramatic tone-on-tone look to the background.

 Next, I simply white heat embossed the sentiment onto some black cardstock and adhered it to finish the card.


I have a few examples to show you all how stunning these techniques work, have a look;

Stencil Resist

                                                                  Partial Stenciling

For these, I've used the Leafy stencil.

                                                                         Stencil Resist

                                                                   Partial Stenciling

I hope these cards inspire you to try the techniques...

See you soon with more crafty ideas and until then,

Keep crafting!

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