How about another fabulous card found on Imagine Crafts! This card was created by Sylvia Blum using The Crafter’s Workshop Word Arrows 6×6 stencil. You can see how this card was created by clicking on the photo above.
Imagine Crafts always has great project inspiration on their blog. We sent their team a few stencils to play with and love the projects they have been sharing. Here is one that you should definitely check out by Isha Gupta.
Click on photo above to go directly to Imagine Crafts website and scroll down to Dragonfly Thank You for instructions on how she created this gorgeous card using our Dancing Leaves stencil.
Hello it’s Ronda here! Today & the rest of this month, i will be debuting my new Ronda Palazzari Designs/The Crafter’s Workshop stencils. I am so excited to share with you these new releases, including 14 new stencils & 10 Brand New “Ronda’s Fragments.” These new little masks pack a punch, perfect for art journaling, gelli prints, tags, project life, scrapbooking, cards, & much much more. I have been working hard to bring you creative inspiration along with new videos! So are you ready for the first debuts?
This stencil harkens back to those old church abbeys with those big beautiful stained glass windows. I love the verstality of this stencil. With big open areas, you can use this stencil is so many different ways including paper piecing or cutting photos into a unique shape. It’s a great template for quilters too.
The Rose Window looks great in the 6×6 size. On the left, I sprayed the tag with Dylusions & Maya Road mists and then used white paint through the stencil. On the right tag is the reverse image of the stencil using Dylusions.
The Rose Window looks great in the 12×12 size too. On the left, I painted the tag with and then used spray paint through the stencil. On the right tag is the reverse image of the stencil with the spray paint left on the stencil. Look at those great open spaces!
This card was featured on Simon Says Stamp blog and has inspired another project you will see tomorrow. I used the 6×6 Rose Window stencil with lots of bright colors. I completely adore the look of this card!
This layout also uses the 6×6 stencil in multiple ways. I knew I wanted to do some paper piercing with this stencil so I selected a pattered paper and used it to build the colors. I loved the softer distress inked images against that awesome pieced image.
And here’s a sneak of an art journal piece you will see tomorrow using the 12×12 Rose Window stencil. Not only do you get to see this beautiful page tomorrow but I will share a video tutorial detailing how to I created this art journal piece.
My very first stencil release with the Crafter’s Workshop included the regal Quatrefoil stencil. It has been a favorite among many readers/consumers. The question I am always asked since its release was “when are you going to make the reverse image?” The answer is NOW.
The Quatrefoil Reverse looks great in the 6×6 size. On the left, I painted the tag and then used acrylic spray paint through the stencil. On the right tag is the reverse image of the stencil using spray inks. It’s such a pretty pattern!
The Quatrefoil Reverse looks great in the 12×12 size too. On the left, I used some spray inks through the stencil. On the right tag is the reverse image of the stencil with the spray inks left on the stencil. Those open spaces on the left would look great colored in or even pieces of patterned paper popped up.
On this layout, i used the 12×12 with a variety of distress inks. I love those blended areas and the transition of colors. It really creates a stellar background for the building of layers to tell my story.
Stay tuned as I will be sharing all my new stencils this month. Are you ready to see them all? These stencils are sold online and in Brick & Mortar stores. Ask your favorite retailer to carry them!
Hello there! It has been a while since my last post and I am very happy to be able to share this card (and some more projects in the future) here at the TCW blog again.
So, what are your favorite stencils from the new line? I have MANY favorites :). I will start by sharing my absolute favorite from the BalzerBits new collection. I have a thing for light bulbs :).
This card was really easy to make. I just placed the stencil over the paper and wiped Distress Ink over it (green, pink, blue). Next I taped the edges with chalkboard washi tape for more contrast and adhered the piece onto the card base with 3D foam. For additional shine I used some rhinestones and Diamond Stickles. The sentiment is stamped on white paper that I then wiped with green, pink and blue Distress Inks.
See you soon!
The background for the card was created using the 6″ Quatrefoil template – TCW381. White cardstock was spritzed with Sunkissed Smooch Spritz first and allowed to dry. Then, with the Quatrefoil template in place, the cardstock was spritzed again using Limolicious with touches of Silver Foil Smooch Spritz.
The flower was made by by punching 8 – 1 1/2″, 5 – 1″ and 1 – 3/4″ circles out of white cardstock that had been spritzed randomly with Sunkissed, Limolicious, Splash and Wine Berry Smooch Spritz.Then when dry, layered with the 6″ Peacock Doily template - TCW 403 and spritzed with Silver Foil Smooch Spritz.
The paper strip embellishment was cut from the darker area of the spritzed cardstock. All pieces were arranged and mounted on a 5 X 10 kraft card base folded in half to make a 5 X 5 card.
Sentiment was stamped using Poolside ColorBox Archival Dye Ink and lace and rhinestone trims finish off the card.