Using residual mists on your stencil to create a card


Hello there! Ever wondered how to use up the residual mists left on your stencil? I love to just press a piece of cardstock to the stencil to absorb all the residual mists. You will get a negative impression of the stencil.


For this card, I used the residual mists left on the Chevron TCW227 stencil to create the abstract background on the card. Then I added some green Maya Road mist to light modeling paste and applied it using the TCW 405 4 feathers stencil. I finished off with a stamped sentiment, a paper bloom and some dimensional pearls.

Hope you will try soaking up those residual mists to create unique projects using The Crafter’s Workshop stencils!

Yvonne Yam

The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team

2 thoughts on “Using residual mists on your stencil to create a card

  1. Yes I have done that before as well as shaking the stencil and letting the drops fall onto another page to use on a different layout.. Thanks for sharing, your card looks sweet!

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