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Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Tips & Techniques Tuesday: Stickles & Stencils

Happy Tuesday!

Tonya here to share with you our first tutorial at All that Stickles. Please be patient with me, as this is my first tutorial ever.  :-)

One of the first techniques I thought of when we started bringing All that Stickles to life was stencils.  I love to stencil our walls at home.  So, I thought I'd try Stickles and stencils to create a card and see how it worked.  Love it! 

I have a Silhouette Cameo so I took some basic stencil font in the program. 
  And I cut the font out on white cardstock. 
*Note - You could use stencils out of the school supply section or cut from a Cricut as well.

 Here is the cardstock template all cut out and out of the machine.

 To make sure the stencil did not move while I worked with the Stickles, I took some scotch tape and adhered the cardbase and the stencils in a few places.

 I Stickled right in the open places on my template, and let it dry. 

The card after the Stickles dried and template removed.  

To finish the card off, I inked around the edges with Festive Berries Distress Ink and added some white pearls too for some interest. 
 I love this card.  I think I just might give it to hubby.  ;-)

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  1. Thanks for the information... I really love your blog posts... specially those on Local Tamil News

  2. Oh this is brilliant what a great tutorial. Love Hazelxo

  3. Love your card, so simple yet so much interest!! TFS!

  4. Cute card and I am convinced that anything with Stickles on it is the BEST card ever!! Excited for you and this new blog...following for sure!!!!!!!
    Creative Wishes,
    Claire S

  5. Claire told me about your blog. Looks like it will be one I will love to visit. Very cute card. Thanks for taking the time to create the tutorial.

    Hugs Nana
    ♥ My Crafting Channel ♥

  6. Great way to make a card and Love the stencil idea.