1 Stencil, 3 Cards

Stencils – Moroccan Tile – 6×8 ( SBC ) and Concord and 9th Cuddles and Hugs Die ( SBC )

In today's video tutorial, I am working with ink blending using the new Scrapbook.com Blending Tool. The Ink Blending Tool with Domed Foam Applicators ( SBC ) is brand new and super easy to use. I really love them because the domed foam allows for no harsh lines and these brushes pick up a ton of colour. They are very inexpensive too which is great! Today's video is a part of a video hop to celebrate my friend Ardyth's 3000 YouTube Subscriber Milestone! Three are many prizes to be won!

If you'd like to hop along, here is the link to the next video: https://youtu.be/LvzYRp-SDFg

Throughout all three cards, I used just one stencil, the Stencils – Moroccan Tile – 6×8 ( SBC ). I love the size because it works for 4×6 and 5×7 cards. Another reason I love it is because it allows for a lot of colour to be put down but the negative space leaves a beautiful contrast of white. For each card, I used different dies to finish them off.

When I added the sentiments onto two of the cards, they seemed to get lost so I added a subtle piece of vellum behind them. This way it didn't distract from the background but allowed the sentiment a place of it's own. In the above card, I used The Stamp Market Handwritten Thanks Dies ( SBC ). I love how these layer and allow for a shadow around the sentiment.

This was my favourite mistake! I accidentally stamped the amazing, beautiful, strong stamps from the Scrapbook.com You Are Stamp ( SBC ) directly on the background and my card shifted when I tried to make them darker. So I cut down my background and added it to a white card panel and restamped the sentiments underneath. Much better in the end!

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