Create-a-Card: Doodling through stencils

Hi all;

I’m back with 2 variations of a card using stencils to ‘doodle’. Here are the cards and supplies:

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Supplies:

  • Tim Holtz stars stencil
  • ProvoCraft embossing folder
  • Inktense pencils (blue, yellow, green & orange)
  • Paper Smooches “Sentiment Sampler” stamp set
  • Bazzil black cardstock
  • Neenah Solar White cardstock
  • Hero Arts Dye Ink – Tuxedo black
  • Martha Stewart Stamp mount
  • Colored adhesive pearls

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  • Crafter’s Workshop triangles stencil
  • Inktense pencils (blue, yellow, green & orange)
  • Mama Elephant ” Hello”  stamp set
  • Bazzil black cardstock
  • Neenah Solar White cardstock
  • Hero Arts Dye Ink – Tuxedo black
  • Martha Stewart Stamp mount
  • Colored adhesive pearls

Instructions:

  1. cut black card stock to fit card base
  2. emboss black panel if you wish (for star card I did)
  3. cut Neenah card stock into panel size you wish
  4. use stencil to colour in the shapes – moving stencil to overlap and position shaper where you want them – alternating colours of pencil you use *make sure to leave a space for sentiment
  5. stamp sentiment – for star card I used the ‘Sentiment Sampler’ set from Paper Smooches and for the triangle card I used the Mama Elephant “Hello” stamp set and Black Hero Arts Dye Ink
  6. Apply black panel and stencilled panel to card base ( I used my tape runner for black panel and foam adhesive for the white panel)
  7. apply adhesive pearls *if you don’t have coloured ones, no worries just use your Copics to colour in some white ones.
  8. Done!

Happy Stamping!

Wendy

3 thoughts on “Create-a-Card: Doodling through stencils

  1. Fabulous cards Wendy! I love doodling through my stencils too! I have made a few layouts in the past using this technique. But i’ve never used colored pencils before! Definetly going to try that! Thanks for the inspiration!

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