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Thursday, 6 November 2014
Damask Christmas - a Stencil Tutorial
Topic: Stencils

I have one more technique using the Damask stencil from My Favorite Things to create a Christmas card.


This time I wanted to use the smaller motif for the design. I selected some tone-on-tone green dot paper and laid on the stencil. Then I dispensed a thick roll of Stickles red glitter glue above the top of the motif.

I used an old gift card as a squeege to pull the glitter glue into the openings of the stencil.

You might have to add more glitter glue to the top and squeege again to get enough fill.

Lift away the stencil and CLEAN IT. Here's your first ornament.

When this ornament is dry you can add another and another (otherwise you risk getting wet glitter on the back of your stencil and ruining your design.

When all my ornaments were dry I trimmed the piece, added some die-cut branches and drew in some hangers and caps with gold gel pen. I also used the gel pen to sketch in some outlines.


This was mounted to a red card base to enhance the ornaments.

Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PST

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