Today, I am going to share about alternate use of stencil.
I have always loved woodgrain background but I have only the stencil but I wasn’t too keen to just blend the inks and didn’t quite have the time to use texture paste to get the dimensional effect. And so, I decided to use it to emboss and quickly ink it up.
Here is the birthday shaker card I made using a background embossed with a stencil,
Here is the time-lapse video on how I emboss with stencil with my Evolution Advanced and my preparation of all images.
I have cut out a circle from the wood-grain background to create my window for the shaker card. All the images are then adhered over the window.
I hope you like today’s creation and do try using your favorite stencil for embossing!
As I use Evolution Advanced, I use the rubber mat to place over the stencil before putting Mat B and I set the dial to 8 for embossing.
Supplies and tools
- Mama Elephant Charmed clear stamps
- Mama Elephant Charmed dies
- Stamploration Weathered Wood Stencil
- Copic markers – E000, E42, E43, E00, YG64, YG61, G40, RV11, RV10
- Distress Ink Pads – Antique Linen & Frayed Burlap
- Ranger Mini Blending Tool
- Glue and foam tape
- Evolution Advanced