Stencil + Paste + Ink = FUN

Hello its Leeann here today! And I’m sharing how I made this scrapbook page. This page was quick to whip up. Sometimes I like to keep things clean and simple when creating backgrounds. I find when I only use a couple of mediums my pages stay flat and I’m not also waiting hours for things to dry. I also like to show the design of the stencil! For some crazy reason it excites me!


To start with I use a Modeling paste and swipe it on to the Sunburst stencil. Then peel the stencil away and allow to dry.


Once dry cut a 4.5inch strip of the stenciled Kraft and machine stitch to white card stock base. Next used the woven stencil and lightly spray ink on it away from your base. Pick up the sprayed woven stencil and stamp the design onto the white card stock base. Allow to dry.


Once all the mediums are dry add some watercolour spills and flicks to begin the two side together. Add some random stamping with using stamps and also stencils. Once happy with the finished background,  finish your page off by adding your photos and embellishments.


Here are a couple of detailed shots…



I hope you enjoyed today and were inspired to get creative and show off what stencil designs you love!


Leeann PearceThe Crafters Workshop

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