Stencil Fun With Fiber Paste

Hi everyone!

Today I’m going to share with you a fun way to make some embellishments using your TCW stencils and fiber paste.

Here’s the page I made.

MiaeRowe_TCW_Nature's Art (1)

Do you see the word “Art” in my title and the green leaves? I made those using fiber paste and TCW482 Vineyard and TCW488s Viva La Art stencils.

To start you’ll need fiber paste, your stencil, and a non porous surface. I used a clear plastic sheet (I save the plastic sleeves that package the TCW stencils).

MiaeRowe_TCW_Nature's Art (5)

Wipe a generous amount of fiber paste over the vines then lift the stencil up. Let the paste dry. When the paste is dry you can peel off the shapes from the non porous backing and this is what you should have.

MiaeRowe_TCW_Nature's Art (6)

These shapes have a great texture and organic look to them!  Also, you can leave them white or color them. I used Twinkling H20s to paint mine.

MiaeRowe_TCW_Nature's Art (7)Such a simple way to make so many different textured shapes for your projects!  And before I forget, I used TCW454 Speciman and molding paste on the background of my page to build my page up. Here’s some close ups:

MiaeRowe_TCW_Nature's Art (4)MiaeRowe_TCW_Nature's Art (2)MiaeRowe_TCW_Nature's Art (3)Have a creative day!


The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team


5 thoughts on “Stencil Fun With Fiber Paste

  1. I love it Miae. I use fiber paste all the time the same way you did. Funny, I use Twinks to color them too. It is so much fun to make your own embellishments. It does look so organic. Your piece is so lovely.

  2. I have never tried fiber paste, but this looks like fun and fairly simple to do. Your leaves are beautiful and so is your layout. Thanks for showing the label on the fiber paste so I will know what to shop for. You have given me a new way to use my stencils and H2Os.

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