Create a unique background using multiple stencils

Layered-stencils-layout-by-Yvonne-Yam-for-The-Crafter's-WorkshopI love to create a unique background for my layout by using a few stencils…working in the layers one at a time.

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I started with some residual Dylusions ink sprays [from a previous project] on watercolour paper. Then I used TCW481 Northstar with Distress Ink in Barn Door to create a random pattern layer.

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After that  I used TCW 475 Diamond Lattice with Maya mist in black to create a “frame” layer for my photos. The layers that overlap each other add texture and interest to your background.

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Then I finished with patterned paper and journaling on the photos.

You can create so many fun backgrounds by using multiple stencils. Use your imagination and just play!

Yvonne Yam

The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team

 

 

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