Hello! Nadine here today sharing how I made some quick and easy cards using stencils and color sprays. This is a fun way to make cards that are flat and not bulky, so they are easy to send in the mail.
The Crafter’s Workshop has provided me with some of the product to create this project. The opinions I share are solely my own.
Step 1 – I used a piece of white cardstock cut down to fit on the front of my card. Then added some painters tape or washi tape to the back of the cardstock piece with it hanging off the edge to stick the stencil down to. This makes it, so the stencil stays in place.
Step 2 – On the first card, I used the TCW830 Dash Triangle Stencil and sprayed a dark pink color spray in the middle of the stencil.
Step 3 – Then I sprayed a lighter pink color spray around the outside of the circle.
Step 4 – Using a paper towel I soaked up the color spray from the top of the stencil and then removed the stencil from the paper and set aside to dry.
Step 5 – I repeated the process of step one but used the TCW848 Pineapple Stencil. Used a green color spray on the top portion of the pineapple.
Step 5 – Using a yellow color spray, I then sprayed the bottom part of the pineapple.
Step 6 – Using a paper towel, I soaked up the color spray from the top of the stencil and then removed the stencil from the paper and set aside to dry.
Step 7 – I then stamped a sentiment in the center of each card with some StazOn Pigment Ink in Black Piano. Matted them onto some colored cardstock and adhered them onto a card base.
Super quick and easy to make!
Thank you so much for stopping by and checking out my project!
Nadine Carlier – The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team Member