Watercoloring with Stencils

Hey everyone. Shanna here. It seems like so long ago when I got to share some inspiration with you all.

I am excited to share something new to me with you all though. It might just be new for you!


So first you try and make some mistakes right and then you learn lol. I started with the blue card however it didn’t quite turn out right. The end look still looks nice, but a little more sloppy.


First thing to do is make sure your stencil and paper is secure. I cut a panel of watercolor paper that would fit my card base though.


I grabbed my watercolor pencils and started coloring. I outlined parts of the the stencil then got my water ready. I prefer to use a watercolor brush but you can use some water and a regular brush as well.


I blended out the color and then went back and added more layers.


Here is what the end creation looks like. What do you think???


So I cut out some words and added some ribbon and twine to make some simple fun cards.

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The stencils I used are TCW570 – Woven and TCW575 – Joyful Sunflower.

Thanks so much for stopping by today.


The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team Member

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