Ronda Palazzari’s blog is chock full of awesome ideas using her stencil designs! And this week, she has a bunch of friends posting their wonderful ideas. Like the card above by Miriam Pranter. Love this! (Maybe I’m a city-girl at heart!!)
Just had to share this project idea from the Darby Smart page using TCW401 Mix Tape stencil. It’s a really cool site where you buy the whole craft kit and then go for it. THEN you upload your project as you did it onto their showroom page. Fun!
As promised, another video tutorial with Christine Urias of ScrapTime! Here she’s using distressed inks plus our stencils and then her white paint markers and all sorts of other goodies (click here to read more.)
If you haven’t had the opportunity to see a Christine Urias of ScrapTime! tutorial, then you’ve been missing one of the gems of the craft industry. Here is her how-to using our stencils (Peacock Doily TCW403) plus Splash of Color’s Luminarte paints!
Our friends at Core’dinations and Authentique sent out a bunch of our stencils to their Design Team and this is what Suzanna Lee came up with. Here’s what she wrote:
Don’t have an embosser or a means of embossing on a large scale? Me either, no problems! Do it yourself! Take one of the many masks/templates sitting in your stash, in this case, one from The Crafters Workshop, and place it on the “wrong” side of your Core’dinations cardstock. Use a little bit of artist’s tape (comes up without taking half the sheet of paper with it) in each of the four corners to secure it to your paper. Now set all of that on a piercing mat. Use your embossing stylus to trace the template. You need to use a little bit of pressure, not too much. Peel off the tape, remove the stencil and admire your handiwork! Sand it for and even cooler effect!!
I was tickled pink, or better yet, red and blue, when I saw the fruits of my own labors! Pretty nifty, eh?
I just love my Core’dinations! Pairs up perfectly with Authentique too!