Karen here, sharing a card that I created using the Sea Creatures stencil from the new Summer 2014 stencil collection. I absolutely love all of the newly released stencils. They inspire you to create time and time again.
When I received my huge box of lovely stencils, I instantly fell in love with the Sea Creatures (TCW496s) stencil, mainly because of the summer theme and versatility. I can create layouts, cards, tags, and so much more with this beautiful pattern.
The project that I am sharing with you today is a card that I created with loads of texture. It was fun to create as I used some of the older stencils with the new. I love the versatility with TCW’s stencils. The stencils coordinate beautifully together and really compliment each other. Thanks so much to Core’dinations for being so generous with their wonderful products. The Core’dinations cardstock complimented the overall design.
Die Cut Machine
Step One: Using foam tool and vintage photo distress ink, transfer Art Is (TCW261s) script to cream colored cardstock layer.
Step Two: Using foam tool and distress inks (Broken China, Crushed Olive, and Wild Honey) transfer Sea Creatures (TCW496s) to cardstock layer.
Step Three: Emboss cardstock using embossing folder and die cut machine. Enhance by applying Vintage Photo ink to raised areas and edges of card layer. Set aside.
Step Four: Emboss Core’dinations cardstock using embossing folder and die cut machine. Sand cardstock with Sand It Gadget to expose the color.
Step Five: Rub Core’dinations Dust Buddy over cardstock to remove excess dust from the sanding. Set aside.
Step Six: Using Sketch Grid (TCW456s) stencil and cosmetic sponge, randomly apply white paint to card layer.
Step Seven: Layer card together using adhesive.
Step Eight: Using Sketch Grid (TCW456s) stencil and cosmetic sponge, randomly apply white paint to word sentiments. Adhere sentiments, buttons, and bow.
Forever Friends Card by Karen Jiles Supplies Stencils: The Crafter’s Workshop (TCW496s) Sea Creatures, (TCW456s) Sketch Grid, Art Is (TCW261s); Cardstock: Core’dinations, Stickers: Pebbles; Buttons: Prima; Ribbon: May Arts; Ink: Ranger; Embossing Folder: Sizzix; Adhesive: Xyron; Tool: Craft-Dee-BowZ; Other: White paint
Thanks so much for visiting today!
The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team Member
9 thoughts on “Creating Texture with Stencils”
Love it…. So Creative.
thank you for the tutorial, for this creative design. Since I don;t have embossing paste this is so good for me to use a new technique with my folders, and stencils I am building, and paste on my wish list. I love your creation.
Beautiful card! Love the sea horse and other sea stencils!! Wonderful beachy colors too. Great tutorial, I love seeing how things change and evolve. Thanks for sharing.
Love how you used the image stencil and embossed later, gorgeous card. Tfs.
BEAUTIFUL card….what GREAT details!!!
Love your work. Are you on fb?