Spotlight Stenciling + A Video Tutorial

Hi everyone! It’s Lindsay, from Crafting While Caffeinated Blog & YouTube Channel, here with you today, sharing another video tutorial! Awhile back I shared a tutorial on how to print or stamp with your stencils and to finish a few of my cards I used a second technique, spotlight stenciling. I promised to share more about this technique and that’s what I’m doing today! Watch the video tutorial below for all the details!

**THE CRAFTER’S WORKSHOP SENT ME SOME OF THE PRODUCTS USED IN THIS TUTORIAL, HOWEVER, ALL OPINIONS EXPRESSED ARE SOLELY MY OWN! I ONLY DESIGN FOR COMPANIES I STAND BEHIND 100%!**

For the full run down on creating this card, be sure to watch the video above. But here are a few tips and tricks to help you along the way! First, I’m using the new Stone Increase stencil in the 6 x 6 size, but you can literally use ANY of The Crafters Workshop’s stencils for this. And if you have more 12 x 12 stencils, it works with those too!!

Also, this works with any medium! I mixed and matched today with markers and ink, but any medium will work! Paints, modeling pastes, sprays, watercolors, inks, markers, glitters, etc. – IT ALL WORKS!! You can use whatever fits your style of card making and crafting best!

Finally, lining up the stencil properly is crucial to this technique. But you don’t need anything fancy, just a bit of masking tape! Be sure to watch the video above to watch how easy it is to line up your panels!!

And like I said, I used this technique on two other cards that I shared during my “Stamping with Stencils” video. Here’s a look at those cards and the finished results!


 

 

 


This is such a fun and versatile technique! I hope you all enjoyed it! If  you are interested in the stencils I used today, you will find the all linked down below. Until next time, Happy Crafting!!

Crafting While Caffeinated, TCW Design Team Member


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