Why stop at one color of mist when using a stencil? The more the merrier! Apply from light to dark and create a unique look as the background for a layout.
ONE • Place a stencil of a subway on the sheet of cardstock. TWO • Choose four different mist colors, and spray-mist the entire stencil, starting with the lightest color. THREE • Clean the stencil with a paper towel and let the cardstock dry. FOUR • Replace the stencil in the exact position as before. FIVE • Mist part of the stencil with the second color. Repeat the cleaning and drying steps. SIX • Follow the same procedures for the third and fourth colors, ending with the darkest color.
create team • monique liedtke • the netherlands • her blog
Patterned paper: American Crafts; cardstock: Bazzill; letter stickers: American Crafts, Pretty Little Studio; accent, phrase stickers: American Crafts; foil stickers: American Crafts; word stickers: Pretty Little Studio; die-cut shapes: American Crafts; flair, mini word cut-outs: Pretty Little Studio; ink: Ranger; mists: Heidi Swapp, Studio Calico; pen: K & Company; stamps: American Crafts; stencil: The Crafter’s Workshop.
Published on Jul 13, 2015
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