Welcome! Thanks for joining me in my happy place. I’ve been enjoying the bright, sunny days of summer lately, and because of that, I want to share some bright and bold card designs. Along with the designs I’ll talk about how to use stencils for cardmaking. These were so fun to create and I just love how they turned out, so let’s talk about them!
First, let’s take a look at the stencils I’ll be using for all of today’s cards.
Plenty of Patterns Masks – Perfect Stencils for Cardmaking
Here’s a look at Stampin Up’s Plenty of Patterns Masks. This collection of stencils comes with four designs – triangles, a floral pattern, medallions, and scallops. Keep reading and I’ll share how I used these masks on today’s projects.
How To Use Stencils For Cardmaking Video
If you’d like to see how I created these cards using stencils and blending brushes, click on the video below.
How to Create Stenciled Cards
Next, let’s get creating! Below is a list of measurements for this card.
- 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ Card Base
- 20″ of Twine
- White Scrap Cardstock
Here’s another look at one of these cards. This is the card I created in the video. If you’d like to see all the step to create these cards, check it out!
What do you think of using stencils and masks for cardmaking? Was this a fun and easy project? Leave me a comment and let me know!
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I hope you’ve enjoyed learning how to use stencils for cardmaking!
Thank you so very much for your tutorials and videos!! I am actually signed up to be a demonstrator but We use the products in our card ministry so I do not actually sell. There are so many demonstratores out there with so much talent wouldn’t it be great if we all were together and share in person!! For people like me that are not as creative. Your cards are awesome!!! and You explain the how to on your video great!!!! Thanks again
I so enjoy all of your video tutorials on card making. Keep doing what you are doing.
Thanks so much Kim!