Video tutorial - Senciling techniques

Hello dear crafters,

I am Ishani and I am sharing a video tutorial today. Do you think your stencils are getting ignored? It happens with me sometimes! So, I am here, sharing few stenciling techniques that can be easily incorporated in your cards and let the recipient think, how did she do this?


For my first card,

I have used Flourish stencil and done a tone on tone distress oxide ink blending for a subtle background.




Products used

Dies - Cross stitched rectangles dies
Sentiment stamp - Little prince
Cardstocks - Natural white
                     Midnight black
Distress Oxides - various colors
Scissors - Tim Holtz- Non stick micro serrated mini snips 
Ink -Versamark ink
Anti static tool - Ranger anti static pouch
Embossing powder-
Ranger Embossing powder white super fine



For the second card,

I have made a pastel stenciled background with Triangles stencil, texture paste and distress inks.




Products used

Sentiment stamp - From all of us
Stencil - Triangles
Elements pack - Watercolor florals
Cardstocks - Canson Montval
                     Lilac cardstock
                     Classic smooth white
Texture paste - White
Ink -Archival - jet black
Distress inks - Blueprint sketch, broken china
Scissors - Tim Holtz- Non stick micro serrated mini snips 
Tape - Double sided foam tape
Palette knife 


For the third card,

I created a clean and simple card, essnetially a One layer card but with a techniques like masking, inkblending and using glimmer paste.





Products used

Stencil - Mosaic
Sentiment stamp - I love you
Glimmer paste - Snow white
Masking sheets
Cardstocks - Classic smooth white
                     Flamingo pink
Distress Oxides - Picked raspberry
Ink -Archival - jet black

Video -  Watch the video tutorial below to learn how I made the cards I am sharing today.




I hope you are inspired to stretch your stamps using various techniques. Thank you for watching.

Happy Crafting.


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