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Layered Stenciling






OMG, it's been a really long time since I've done a video. Life been happening with some good and not so good stuff Any hoo!!! I just had to make time to do another video. I hope you like it





The products/tools used to create this card are listed below, in text, linked to the sites where you can purchase the product/tool, if you choose. FYI. A few of the products are no longer available.


The finished size of this card is 4.25" X 5.5".


Step One: To assure the 3.7/8" X 5.1/8" piece of Basic White Cardstock (Stampin’ Up) would not move, I placed a piece of Painter's Tape (Scotch) on the back to hold it in place.


Step Two: I then taped down the Perfect Bricks Stencil (Honey Bee Stamps) with Painter's Tape (Scotch) and colored it in using Cherry Cobbler Dye Ink (Stampin' Up).

Step Three: I removed the Perfect Bricks Stencil (Honey Bee Stamps) and then taped down the Cherry Blossom Stencil (Plaid) with Painter's Tape (Scotch) and colored it in using Tuxedo Black Dye Ink (Memento).


Step Four: I removed tapes from stencil and cardstock layer.


Step Five: Using Dots Adhesive Runner (Tombow), I adhered the Basic White Cardstock (Stampin' Up) to a 4" X 5.25" piece of Black Cardstock (Paper and More, now closed) and then adhered both pieces to the white linen cardstock base (Paper and More, now closed).


Step Six: Using Tuxedo Black Dye Ink (Memento), I hand stamped the sentiment, "Thank You So Much," (old stamp set that can't be found) to a strip of white linen cardstock (Paper and More, now closed).


Step Seven: I finished off the card by adding the sentiment to the card using Dimensionals (Stampin' Up).


I hope you enjoyed the video! Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Happy Crafting!

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