I got some stencils for card making so I created a variety of card designs. Stampin’ Up! calls these ‘decorative masks’…but the general crafting world calls them stencils so that’s how I’m referring to them in this post (just to clear up any confusion).
I bought these cute craft stencils and then they just sat in my craft room. Am I the only one who doesn’t always use products right away? Today is a new day and time to play with the stencils for card making, shimmery embossing paste, blending brushes, soft pastels & ink pads!
Currently, Stampin’ Up! sells 3 different assortment packs of decorative masks a.k.a. stencils for card making!
Stencils For Card Making AKA/ Decorative Masks | Video
I chose the ‘Adorning Decorative Masks’ for the cards I’m making today. No matter which coloring tool you choose these stencils for card making will give you unique cards every time!
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Have you tried stencils for card making before? Which card is your favorite? I can’t wait to hear from you!
Shimmery Embossing Paste is one of my favorites to use on holiday cards and it dries quickly too! Of course, you can’t go wrong with a snowflake stencil for holiday or winter cards!
Stamp set used: Snowflake Wishes
Wrapping presents can be a challenge but not when it’s on cardstock like this! I used a striped stencil on real red cardstock and applied shimmery embossing paste.
Wrap 2 pieces of ribbon around the package and complete by adhering a bow on top with a glue dot.
Oohhh….how fun stencils for card making can be; especially with the shimmery embossing paste. See all that sparkle?!
Stamp set used: Heartfelt Wishes
Grab your stencils for card making, blending brushes, and an assortment of ink pads and create a background like this!
At first, I was worried that the colors were mixing as I used the brushes but I quickly figured out that the blending of the colors was ok! My greeting came from ‘Create with Friends‘ stamp set.
Know what else is fun to use with your stencils? The soft pastels! That’s what I used on this card + I added some Bermuda Bay ink to darken the color a little.
I hope that you enjoyed seeing these stencils for card making in action! Oh, one last tip- you can secure your stencils on your cardstock while working with washi tape.
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