Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Stunning Stencils: Texture Paste Honeycomb Tutorial by Michelle


Whether you need to create a background fast or love texture (or both!), stencils are the perfect cardmaking companion. 

They come in a variety of shapes, patterns, and sizes and they're so simple to use. Shop all of our stencils here

Michelle is up on the blog today sharing how she created this adorable "Happy Bee-Day" card! Keep scrolling for a step-by-step tutorial featuring our Sorted Shapes 1 Stencil. 



Before you begin:


Other supplies:
Craft spatula (a plastic knife would work too)
Stickles Glitter Glue



Step 1:

I began with my die-cut hexagon and separated the frame from the center.
I taped the center to a protected area on my craft space and secured the stencil over it.

Step 2:

Next, I dabbed some ink onto my workspace than added a small amount of texture paste.
Mix the two together.

Step 3:

Cover the stencil, smooth and even.



Step 4: 

Remove the stencil carefully and wash to remove the paste.
Allow the stenciled cardstock to dry.



Step 5:

Dry the stencil and adhere to cardstock.
For this step you can place the stencil anywhere you choose.

Step 6:

Ink up black cardstock with white ink.
When finished, die cut the black cardstock with Fancy Frame Die.

Step 7:

Stamp and color your images.


Copic Color Recipe for the bees:

C1, C3, Y11, Y13, Y15, RV10, RV02, R35, BG11, BG15, YG09.
I stamped the sentiment onto vellum paper and trimmed before adhering.




Step 8:

Lastly, assemble the card onto white cardstock, size A2.
Embellish with sequins, a cord bow and glitter glue!

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