Khyati here and today I wanted to share a technique with you all called “Raised Stencil Effect”. This technique is one of my favourites when it comes to playing with Texture Paste and Stencil and this is such a versatile technique that you can use these in almost all kinds of projects like Decoupage, Cardmaking, Furniture Painting, Mixed Media, Art Journalling, Painting and much more.
Monthly Challenge reminder
But before we do that I would like to remind you that we have a monthly challenge going on which is all about “AUTUMN COLOURS” like Red, Gold, Yellow, Orange etc. You can check more information on our challenge here
So that was the inspiration behind this card where I have used the classic Gold and Red combination to make a Diwali Card.
Let’s get in to learning Raised Stencil Effect
So that was the tutorial I hope you enjoyed I cannot tell you how much I love how this card turned out and If I had to send a lot of Diwali cards to people this would be the card that I would mass produce. The best part is even though its a stunning card its very simple and easy to create.
Some of the closeups of the card –
Supplies I have used in this project –
CrafTangles Gold Texture Paste
CrafTangles Round Lace Stencil
CrafTangles Dual Textured White Cardstock
CrafTangles Layered Diya Die
Palette Knives/ Spatula
CrafTangles 250 gsm colored cardstock
Die cutting machine
Versamark embossing ink pad
CrafTangles Diwali Sentiment Stamp
Tonic Glass media Mat
Wendy Vecchi MAKE ART Stay-tion
Diwali 2019 Playlist –
Diwali 2020 Playlist –
Diwali 2021 playlist (current year) –
So that was it for today folks, hope you enjoyed 🙂
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I will join you in my next post till then take care and Happy Crafting.