Dual Stenciling

Hello everyone Rahmat here. I a up with a few cards using CrafTangles stencils with a twist though.
I have used 2 stencils on each card. I have pictorial for 2 card here for you guys to see how easy it is to do that.

Lets start with the first card.
Step 1:
I used the CrafTangles - speckles stencil to sponge o craftangles Cobalt Blue card stock in DI candied apple.

 Step 2:
I used DI peacock feathers and a shade of blue to sponge the Jumbled numbers stencil from CrafTangles.

 Step 3:
Ad the blue front to a white base card.
 Step 4:
Stamped the sentiment from my stash and finished it off.

 See how easy it was to use the 2 stencils  on the above card.

Second card.

Step 1:
On a white base I used the Nature stencil from CrafTangles in 2 shades of blue to sponge the clouds.
This is my most used stencil, the cloud patterns come out beautifully using this.

Step 2:
I used the balloons stencil from CrafTangles in red to sponge a few balloons . I masked around the image so that I get only the stencil I wanted on the card.

 Step 3:
I drew the strings and the bow for the balloons
 Step 4:
I added the white front to a Cobalt blue base card, and stamped  the sentiment from my stash, and added a few Candy blue sequins from CrafTangles.

 The finished card:

Third card.
I dont have a pictorial for this but I will write the steps for you.
Step 1:
I used the stoned wall stencil in grey DI on the desert sand paper from CrafTangles.
Step 2:
I used the Jumbled alphabets in black ink.
 Step 3:
I used a diecut from my stash and the birthday sentiment is from CrafTangles.
I added the wooden hearts from CrafTangles to finish off the card.

I hope you  have got some more ideas on how to incorporate stencils in your projects now.
If you use any ideas from above, give me a shout out on social media. At Instagram - @rahmat.ccc
or Rahmat Gouse on facebook. Use the #craftangles on Instagram so that we can find you and leave some love.

Thank you for stopping by, I really appreciate your kind  feedback :) Have a great day!


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