Tuesday, March 28, 2017

How to Make Cards Using Stencils and Paint - Video and Giveaway

In case you missed it, here's a post with one of my newer stencils from Stencil Girl Products! 

Today I'm excited to show you how I made some cards with my  "On the Farm" Stencil!  I designed this stencil to so that the elements could be mixed and matched.  I love moving the elements around to create cards.

I experimented with tracing some of the elements lightly onto watercolor paper, and then painting with acrylic inks (although watercolors would do fine too!).

I experimented with stenciling some of the imagery, and then doodling over with Posca markers and Gel pens.

As you can see, I moved the stencil around on my paper to get the arrangements I wanted.  Here's a video to show you the process:

You can also watch Making Cards with Stencils on YouTube.  And here's a link for using Acrylic Inks as watercolors.  

I hope you enjoyed this video and it gave you some ideas!

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  1. Looking at your post this morning makes me yearn even more for spring Jessica! Looking forward to getting our seeds in the garden and producing our own carrots!
    Such fun pages you made with your new stencil! I love those hens having their morning chatter!

  2. Thank you sweet Jackie! It will be warm and sunny soon, I'm sure!

  3. Loving these fun cows. Love how you were able to move the stencils around. Wonderful inspiration.

  4. Thank you, loved this video and that stencil! I have some acrylic inks, and now I will play with them in new ways!

  5. How absolutely blooming beautiful! Chrisx


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