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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

{Spotlight Project} Vicki Shows Enclosed Stenciling



Today I am showing another basic: how to have enclosed stenciling on your card. Here is the finished look:


To achieve this partial stenciling is really easy.

STEP 1
Tape down a self made template over your card panel and/or base. While I used a circle, this could be any shape!



STEP 2
Tape down the stencil [I used ARTploratioins Oh My Stars] over the template.



STEP 3
Sponge on the first color.



STEP 4
Partially sponge on the secnd color for added depth [not necessary].



STEP 5
Finish off with adding on your embellishments and image. I used the newly released STAMPlorations Bee's Knees Baby Bump.



This technique has such huge potential. Just let your imagination go wild ;)

See you in a couple of weeks~



Supplies Vicki used in today's project:

  BabyBump-preview


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26 comments:

  1. OOOOOOOOH! Love eveerthing about this card.

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  2. This is stunning and thanks for the technique Vicki.

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  3. Goodo tutorial Vicki. Adding the second color really adds depth.

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  4. Very striking card. Love this technique. Hugz

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  5. I have a star stencil somewhere - I think I need to find it! The colours are so delicious.

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  6. Wonderful technique and I think it's something I could even do! Love the results!
    ~c

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  7. The color composition is very attractive, love this fab technique, a pretty creation!

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  8. Loved the striking bold colors and ample white space highlighting it .very nice technique of using mask with stencil.Thanks for sharing:)

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  9. This is gorgeous! Love your stencilling and thanks for showing about the mask - I will be trying this!

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  10. Such a cute card! Love the colours with the white space!

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  11. oh love it Vicki. Great technique. I gotta try this.

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  12. What a great idea - I must remember that technique. Thanks so much.

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  13. Beautiful card, love the result with the two color stencilling!

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  14. Oh this is so cute! What a fun way to use your stencils and make a darling card!!

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  15. great idea... looks a bit like a soccerball *lol
    CU hellerlittle

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  16. Oh my goodness this is so cute and so easy!! I can see myself using this in my mixed-media projects!!!

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  17. What a cute and trendy baby card Vicki. TFS your masking technique too.

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  18. Thank you for the directions Vicki - I love new techniques. Adorable card.

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  19. Love this Vicki - love the vibrant colours and the design!

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  20. Simply stunning! The masking technique looks so much fun! TFS Vicki :)

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  21. I really like this technique! Thanks for the great idea!

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  22. I love this technique of enclosed stenciling - I am not super strong in the way of stencils but I am going to give this a try!!!

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