new! layering stencil shatter…

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it’s always a great day when i get to share something new with all of you.  today i’m happy to introduce a new layering stencil from stampers anonymous shipping today – “shatter”.   this incredibly detailed stencil mimics the look of shattered glass, but also works great as a webbed background just in time for halloween projects.  check your local retailer to get your hands on one of these!

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today i wanted to share a quick card tutorial using the new shatter layering stencil, and since layering stencils are the topic of today’s creative chemistry lesson, i guess it’s a bonus project for the students!  for more inspiration, check out these other great card tutorials from paula cheney and richele christensen.  i have a feeling this one will soon be an instant favorite of many…

IMG_7173step 1: apply distress paints to craft sheet and place layering stencil over black tag or card stock.

IMG_7181step 2: apply the distress paint over the layering stencil using an ink blending tool and foam.  this makes it easy to control the amount of paint applied over the stencil.

IMG_7184step 3: remove the layering stencil to reveal design – almost has an airbrushed effect.  be sure to clean the stencil while paint is still wet.

IMG_7185step 4: cut kraft core to desired size of card and sand edges with sanding grip.

IMG_7186step 5: stamp witch on to distress watercolor cardstock with archival ink.  ink scrap of watercolor cardstock with distress stain, mist with water to blend, and dry with heat tool.

IMG_7187step 6: watercolor the image using distress markers and a detailer water brush.

IMG_7189step 7: stamp text with jet black archival ink.

IMG_7190step 8: ink the edges of the text and background card with distress ink using blending tool.

IMG_7191step 9: adhere stencil background to card and secure tinsel twine with tiny attacher.

IMG_7193step 10: adhere text and witch with foam tape and embellish hat with small mirrored star.

see i told you shatter is a great design isn’t it?  so how about winning one of your own?  just post a comment on the blog about your favorite use for layering stencils and a new shatter stencil could be yours.  winners will be announced on thursday 10/10 so good luck everyone and enjoy today…t!m

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756 Comments to “new! layering stencil shatter…”

  1. KerriNZ says:

    favorite use for layering stencils is the total result of the POP, it gives a great result & will always have a place in my heart. Thanks for the chance to win ! sending love from New Zealand 🙂

  2. lisa Glowatski says:

    WOW Love this design WOuld love to use it in my art journal and project life cards!

  3. Kim Fahrni says:

    I use layering stencils for our Christmas gift cards!! Thanks for the inspiration!

  4. Kathy Andrews says:

    I’m shattered by this stencil, and I love this tag and everything about the tag. The creativity light is strobing in my head and I must get to work now. Thank you.

  5. LOVE the shattered stencil, I love using stencils in my art journals there is always something about them that just make the pages pop and add that little extra something. I definately am putting shattered on my wish list.

  6. S@ndy Diller says:

    who wouldn’t love to win this fabulous stencil? Would be a great addition to my collection of your layering stencils.

  7. Jonni says:

    First thing I saw was a spider web. How cool it would look with a spider in the middle. Also would add a nice touch of ‘icy’ feeling for a pond.

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