Welcome back everyone to Stencilling for Cardmaking – my FREE Online Class! Today we have four card tutorials featuring: Stencilling with Inks, Stencilling with Brushes, Ombré and Tone on Tone. Four cool ways to make great use out of your stencils without being too complicated.
I’ve also added a Link-Up where you can play along and show me what you are creating!
Click here for a FREE Printable Download for all four cards! Card #1: Basic Stencilling
This card features a subtle raindrop stencil with a ton of colourful dies. Just one way to subtly incorporate stencilling into your cards.
Fancy learning how to stencil? Blend? Or how about that awesomely colourful die cut? I will show you how to make this card in the video tutorial below!
Card #1 Supply List:
Card #2: Tone on Tone
Tone on tone is a fun way to incorporate those really intricate stencils without the card being “too much” I love tone on tone for a subtle look as well as when I want my sentiment to really shine!
In my video tutorial you can check out Tim Holtz’s new mini stencils! I got set 3 and 6 to get started1
Card #2 Supply List:
Card #3: Stencil Brushes
Finally a solution to those intricate dies that doesn’t involve messy spray adhesive! Clarity stencil brushes are amazing!
How gorgeous is that wink of stella glitter on the bodice of the dress! Don’t even get me started on the stamp. The Ton Stamps are amazing!
Card #3 Supply List:
Card #4: Ombré
The ombré look is just so trendy, with hair, inks and cards you can’t go wrong. Pick out some similar shades and arrange them from light to dark to make this fun card!
Create a Smile stamps is your place to go for fun, intricate, useful dies. They make great backgrounds and you’re supporting a great small company. Shipping is also less than $5!
Card #4 Supply List:
Masking with Stencilling and Watercolours
Ombré Distressing with Stencils
See you tomorrow!