Rainbow card with Stencil – Cardmaking idea

HI Guys,
Khyati here and I am super excited to be sharing inspiration for your all for our monthly challenge which is Patterned Papers / Stencils.

craft challenge July 2020

As always I have a video tutorial for you all so I wont bore you with a long writeup but I have to say its been month now that I am on a rainbow kick and I don’t know how long its gonna last because I really love making them. I feel that they brighten my days just a little bit so subconsciously I always try to add more colors on my cards these days.

Anyways without further await let’s dive in to the card we will be making today using stencils –

easy stencil card

So let’s dive in to the video tutorial on how I made this card. Its really simple and easy to make, like literally 5 minutes and is perfect if you want to mass produce. All you need are right tools and right product knowledge which I am always here to share.

Supplies used to make this easy stencil card –

CrafTangles Dual Textured Cardstock
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Inks
Jef A500S trimmer
Fiskar Trimmer
Tonic Guillotine trimmer
CrafTangles ink blending brushes
Tonic Glass Media Mat
Blue double-sided foam tapes
Craft Knife
CrafTangles Sentiment Sheets
CrafTangles midnight black cardstock
CrafTangles skyline stencil

If you are new to Cardmaking and don’t know where to start I would suggest you check out my Cardmaking 101 Course on HNDMD Course website.
On how to create account, register etc follow our HNDMD Course FAQ page

Also if you are new to Ink blending don’t forget to check out my super informative video below where I test a varied brands of Indian papers for Ink blending and show you differences.

So that was the inspiration for today guys for our monthly challenge, I hope you enjoyed. I am start a new series on my youtube channel called Mixed media basics, so in my next post keep a look out for some mixed media tips and tricks 🙂

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Khyati Kothari

An artist who loves to dabble with Paper, Paints and textures. The resident dreamer at CrafTangles and HNDMD.

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