I love to find new ways and techniques to use with my stencils. There are so many times that I just go into my craft room and start playing! That is exactly where this technique came from. I really wanted to find an easy way to color in all of the area that is left by the stencil. I’ve done this with embossing, but sometimes that can be a little tedious and only really works if you aren’t working with a really intricate stencil. I tried so many different ways to do this, and this is by far the easiest way with the best results! To see how I did it, watch the video tutorial down below!!
Like I said above, I really wanted to find a way to do a resist technique without a lot of work and using embossing powder. I love the emboss resist technique, but with stencils, it can be a little time consuming. This way is much faster and yields a much cleaner result!
And as always, I did finish the inside of this card as well! For all the details, tips, and tricks on doing this technique be sure to watch the video tutorial above!!
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