Stamped Stencil Technique

Stamped Stencil Technique

Julie Heyer

One of my favorite things about this month's Cantina Deluxe kit is the Party Time stencil! I couldn't wait to jump in and play with it. I wanted to think outside the box a bit and paired it with the Art Nouveau UM rubber stamp set.

Stamped Stencil Technique

1. Follow the Assembly Line Instructions for layout 4 and stencil the banner onto the Orange background paper.

 

2. Connect the banners with a black marker line.

3. Cover the binder ring holes and two other banners openings with clear tape.

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4. Place the stencil over the image creating a mask and add the Art Nouveau dots with black India Ink.

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Voila! A jazzy banner for my scrapbook page.

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Stamped Stencil Technique with embossing

1. Stencil the banner onto white paper with turquoise chalk ink from the Artifacts Lite kit.

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2. Trace the banners onto copy paper using the stencil as a template .

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3. Cut out the banners to create a mask.

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4. Stamp the dots image with silver pigment ink. Add silver embossing powder and heat to melt the powder.

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5. Connect the banners with black, fine-tipped marker. Stamp the sentiment with India Black ink.

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6. Create a card with the stenciled panel.

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Bonus Stencil Technique

This technique sort of came to me while I was playing and didn't really fit the stamped stencil technique, so it's a bonus. Woot!

1. Stencil the banner onto Aqua paper with turquoise chalk ink. 2. Flip the stencil over so the "fizz bubbles" from the champagne details fit inside the stenciled banner.

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3. Add "fizz" pattern to banner and connect the banners with black marker.

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4. Use the stencil to add a shadow line detail to each banner.

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5. Create a card using the stenciled banner and sentiment from the Cantina Collection UM rubber stamp set.

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Have you tried any unique stencil techniques? Please share them in the comments section below.

Julie

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