Foiled Stencil Backgrounds

Hi, it’s Kassy! I’m so excited to share my first TCW project with you! I don’t know about you but I have totally jumped into the foiling craze. It adds so much to a project with very little effort.  In today’s project, I show you how to make two quick cards using an awesome stencil and a couple other tools. Easy peasy…

You can view my full tutorial video here. TCW provided me with some product to create this project. The opinions I share are solely my own.

For the first card, I started with white cardstock and EcoLine brush pens in an assortment of colors and used water to create a watercolor background.  Then I centered the TCW631 stencil over my cardstock and taped it down so it was secure. Then I used a palette knife with the Tacky-When-Dry Gel Medium by TCW over the entire stencil.  I waited a little bit for it to dry then placed the beautiful rainbow foil over the cardstock and burnished it to make sure I had full coverage.


When I lifted the foil sheet I was left with a gorgeous negative of the stenciled image. I couldn’t let that go to waste, so I applied the Tacky-When-Dry Gel Medium over an entire sheet of white cardstock, let it dry then rubbed the negative foil sheet onto it…and then I had two cards!


I really love how the colors play off of each other and the foil accentuates that stencil pattern so well!

Thanks for stopping by.

Kassy Tousignant

The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team Member

6 thoughts on “Foiled Stencil Backgrounds

  1. both turned out lovely. I like when all pieces can be used instead of thrown away. – thanks for the demo

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