Emphasize the design of your layout with a few stencil accents. Choose a stencil design that has the same feel, and add a sense of movement to your page.
ONE • The first step is positioning the stencil where you would like it. TWO • I chose chevrons for this layout, and placed them around the edges of the patterned paper to show movement. Since this layout was a bit busy with multiple patterned papers, I chose a simple design to complement the rest of the layout. THREE • Hold the stencil in place. With a flat-edged knife, apply texture paste. FOUR • Remove the stencil and allow the texture paste to dry.
create team • stacia brandt • pennsylvania • her blog
brotherhood of the traveling overalls Patterned paper: Queen & Co; cardstock: Bazzill; letter stickers: American Crafts, Queen & Co, October Afternoon; pearls: Queen & Co; cork: Teresa Collins; wood dots: My Mind’s Eye; pen: Sakura; texture paste: Faber-Castell; other: stencil, rubons, paper clip.
Published on Jul 13, 2015
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