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.
The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team Member
6 thoughts on “Foiled Stencil Backgrounds”
Wow ,these cards are beauties.Love everything about them!Very inspiring .
Thank you so much for the kind words!
both turned out lovely. I like when all pieces can be used instead of thrown away. – thanks for the demo
Thank you! Yes, I love using all the pieces. Especially when they are so lovely!
Gorgeous! such a short nice video.. wish I could make them ..