Today’s collection is something totally different. This set of 12 Mixed Media Stencils can be used a number of different ways. Maybe you are a mixed media expert and you know just what you want to make with these, but maybe you are like me and are a little intimidated by this artsy style. This is a chance to try something new and fun. The files include a card sized stencil and a scrapbook border stencil. When you buy these stencils one at a time, they can get spendy, but you can make a dozen for just a few dollars with this collection.
Here are a few ideas for using these:
-Cut them out of Stencil Plastic and use Whipped Spackle or thick gesso. Swipe the gesso over the stencil and then with a small putty knife wipe off the excess. Pull up the stencil and let the card dry. You’ll have a dimensional design you can watercolor over. (Or watercolor first, then stencil over the top.)
-Cut out of Stencil Plastic and use ink and an ink dauber to make your design.
-Cut the stencil out of Vinyl, apply it to the paper and use paint or watercolors to paint in your design. Then peel up the vinyl to see your design.
-Cut out of paper and just adhere it to the page as a card or scrapbook background.
For my sample cards I used Whipped Spackle and the stencil to create a dimensional design. I watercolored some first, and others I watercolored after the dimensional design dried. I added some Miss Kate Card Phrases from the Craft Room cut from black paper for some quick cool cards.
So ready, set, go! This is your chance to try something new!
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