Technique Tuesday | Craft Ink and Stencils

I love this technique! I think its one of those techniques I’ve picked up from YouTube, but I can’t remember who from or when! I know, really useful! but its OK because as always on a Tuesday I have a video tutorial for you!

Stampin' Up! UK Dots and Stripes Stencil Craft Ink Video Tutorial

This card uses our Whisper White Craft Ink, along with the Dots and Stripes Decorative Masks to create this completely flat, yet 3D effect! What to see how, check the tutorial below

How To:

Create your card base by cutting a piece of Melon Mambo Card stock in half, and folding in half

Using sticky notes, or re-positionable adhesive, stick the card base to your grid paper. Lay your decorative mask over the top and use sticky notes (or tape) to hold in place

Using Whisper White Craft Ink and a Sponge Dauber, dab the ink over the holes in the mask. Once your card front is covered remove and clean the mask.

Leave the card base to dry

Once the Whisper White Craft Ink has dried, lay the mask back over your card base, off setting it slightly. Ink in the same way using Melon Mambo Ink

The card is finished with that fabulous Die Cut ‘Thanks’ from the Hello You Thinlits dies, and three Birthday Blossoms punched with the Pansy Punch


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Hannah Wilks

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