How to make a Quick and Easy Stenciled Card.
Just Add Ink!
Materials Used: (*affiliate links)
- All Symmetry 6×6 Stencil
- Tim Holtz Distress Inks: Spiced Marmalade, Crushed Olive, Peeled Paint, Victorian Velvet, Fired Brick*
- Ink Blending Tool*
- Tim Holtz Chit Chat Words Stickers (discontinued)
- Cream Sheer Ribbon
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- Place the stencil over the cardstock. Place a piece of removable tape on the corners to keep the stencil from moving.
- Rub the ink blending tool over the ink pad. Rub on a piece of extra paper to smooth out the ink before using it on the stencil.
- Gently rub over the stencil with the ink blending tool. I started in the middle and worked my way out towards the edges.
- Remove the stencil to reveal the design.
- I forgot to remove the removable tape used to hold the stencil down. So, I have tape lines. Mistakes lead to opportunities. Making the most of it, I cut the stenciled design down to size.
- I adhered the stenciled design onto a 4 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ piece of light gray cardstock and onto a 5″ x 5″ card.
- I added a small greeting on the bottom right of the card.
- To finish the card, I tied a sheer cream ribbon on the top of the card.
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