Stencil Rubbing Technique Challenge with Julie and Lisa!

by Julie Heyer

Create unique crayon resist backgrounds with the stencil rubbing technique. We discovered this fun idea on Pinterest and couldn't wait to try it with our Club Scrap® stencils.

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Stencil Rubbing Technique

Place the Prism Abstract stencil onto the work surface. Lay a panel over the stencil and rub with the side of a wax crayon using firm even pressure.

Apply a variety of Distress Oxide Inks over the image with Ink Applicator brushes.

The wax rubbing will resist the inks. Wipe off any access ink with a dry cloth to reveal the stencil image.

Spritz the inks with water to create tiny droplets.

Set the panel aside to dry.

Prism Abstract Stencil Card - Julie
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Gone Wild Stencil Card - Lisa

Lisa's card features the Gone Wild Stencil paired with Club Scrap's Earth and Topaz Hybrid Inks.

Stencil Rubbing Technique Challenge #

Now, it’s your turn! Create artwork with the Stencil Rubbing technique shared here, or create your own! Visit the Facebook Chat Group 09/20 Technique Challenge post to upload completed artwork in the comments section. Not a chat group member? Answer a few simple questions, and we will accept your request in no time!

Lisa and Julie

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