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When I was cleaning out my daughter's art supply box, I came across some plastic stencils. An idea began to form in my little brain. Pretty soon, I had a full blown challenge brewing!
I dare you, break out those stencils and let's see what you can do! Even though I was inspired by the plastic stencils in my child's crafting box, let's not be limited to that. Remember that you can stencil with Nestabilities, too. If you have no stencils on hand, don't be afraid to make a stencil yourself. One definition of stencil is: a plate with a cut out design.
Remember to use the keyword, WT352, when uploading your card so we can all see your card. You can view the entire gallery for this challenge HERE.
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SCS Gallery Moderator Tickle a Teapotter Coordinator
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Dublin, Ireland
My favourite is stencilling through the negative space left after punching .
Cool challenge, Toni. I lost some time trying to see it with a database error, but I hope I'll have time to make something this evening when I get back from visiting my aunt.
Here's my take on today's challenge. Thanks for the inspiration! I was getting stuck on ideas to decorate these mini pizza boxes - didn't want them to look alike and I need 23 of them! So today's challenge was just perfect! Thanks.
This card was done using the Christmas Tree from Dreamweaver Stencils. I actually stenciled the different colors over the stencil. After completing the stenciling of color I used sticky powder by Stampee and heat set. Then I used the Stampee Foil and placed it over the image and ran it through my Your Story. This transfered the foil to the design.
This is a card using the Cameo Stencil and the Harringbone Background Stencil. The cameo is done on navy blue metal and the backgound with paste I mixed to do a dark blue/black. For more fun stuff check out my blog kristiscreativecafe.blogspot.com