See some Flashback Friday posts about stencils and layers and how to use them on your gorgeous cards!
We love the use of stencils and layers and our design team apparently loves them too! We have so many beautiful projects on the blog that show off our stencils. Today we wanted to revisit a few posts that show off different ways to use our stencils with some tips on how to get more out of these handy tools.
And be SURE to check out the great video in the last post – lots of great information and fun to watch!
How to Stencil Using Multi Colors of Ink
Use lots of different colors of ink with your stencil for a super cool background! Today we’ve got an eye-popping birthday card made for us by Julie to show us how to stencil using multi colors of our awesome Color Fuse Ink. We just love how the colors pop on their own and here and there blend together to make gorgeous new shades. Let’s dive right in and get Julie’s tips! Julie started with our Geometric #1 stencil and several
Heat Embossing With Layered Stencils
Combine heat embossing with layered stencils for truly eye popping effects! We’ve talked a little about our new layered flower stencils giving you lots of new and fun ways to add color to your projects. Today Allie is sharing her gorgeous card that she made by combining heat embossing with layered stencils to add a fresh artistic look to her stamped flowers. She’s spelling it all out for us to give it a try so let’s go! Start by stamping
How to Layer Stencils – Video Tutorial!
Learn how to layer stencils with two GORGEOUS cards! This fabulous video tutorial from Preeti shows two simple stunning examples for how to layer stencils for even more beautiful effects. We are always in awe of how joyful Preeti makes her projects in her videos and today we get to hear her absolutely delightful giggle as she talks us through her step by step instructions. Here’s her first card where she combines just one layer of our two part Slimline
Do you use stencils and layers in your cards? Have you tried out any of these techniques or tips? We’d love to know how we can help you get more out of your goodies so feel free to leave a comment or send us a message so we can help!