How to use masking Stencils – the easy way

Hello,
I have three colourful cards for you today using masking Stencils, made in my quick and easy style. Minimum effort maximum effect! I have a video tutorial for you too!! I hope you will give these products and techniques a try.

3 cards using Masking Stencils

Video tutorial on how to use Masking Stencils to create these cards

You can also check the video on YouTube – www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UO-EgmhwyU

For the first card, I started with the Craftangles Rectangle mask stencil. I used the medium size stencil as I wanted the colourful panel to stand out.

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I then used the Craftangles barcode stencil to add colour to the masked area, using Tim Holtz distress inks and Craftangles blending brushes.

Once the colouring was done, I stamped the flowers (Craftangles ‘Celebrate You’ stamp set )and sentiments (‘Celebrate you‘ and ‘Love you Loads’) with black ink.

I finished the panel by adding some black enamel dots.

I adhered the panel to a 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ white card base to finish the card.

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For the second card, I repeated the process, this time with the Craftangles Circle mask stencil. These mask stencils are fab as you can get wow effects with minimum effort.

The sentiments I used here are from the Craftangles ‘Love you loads’ stamp set. I decided to add a simple embellishment of a glittery silver heart to finish the card.

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For the third card, I repeated the colouring process as described above, this time with the Craftangles Heart stencil.,the largest in the set.

The fabulous sentiment is from the Craftangles ‘What I need’ stamp set.

I added some glittery silver enamel dots to finish the sweet and simple card.


I hope you enjoyed these cards as much as I enjoyed making them.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Have a great day!

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Paru Mahtani

Based out of Mumbai, India, she is a stay at home mom, a passionate card maker and a photography enthusiast who regularly showcases her work at Kala Ghoda Art Festival in Mumbai

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