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Stencil-in-Stencil Techniques

 

I’m going to start out this blog post with an apology…I’m writing this with a cat across my hands and laptop. Punch is being such a pain – and his paw keeps accidentally (ha!) tapping the space bar or a key. So if there’s anything weird in here, or if I give up early – well, I’m blaming it on Punch! 🙂

Stencil in stencil techniques

The stencil techniques for today had been originally part of the 24 Tags series – it was much plainer as a tag, but I do like it much more with the watercolor and stencilled background!  If you can’t see the video below, click HERE to watch it in HD on YouTube.

I think stencil techniques will be something I revisit, I have some cool stencils that’ll be fun!

Things of note

  • Just saw Mockingjay and LOTR yesterday – both awesome! Recommend against 3D though, not a fan.
  • Want a little Copic coloring challenge? Check out the Copic blog for a digi with a 12 part tut. I played along – I’ll post mine on Instagram later today.
  • I would LOVE to have THESE guys over my house.
  • Yesterday I posted my 24 winners! There’s a bonus giveaway, be sure to check out another opportunity for a freebie!
  • Excited about WOTE’s movie coming today!

Supplies

Below are links to the supplies I’ve used for today’s project; compensated affiliate links may used, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate your support toward the costs of running this blog! Read more.

Just gotta love new stencil techniques, eh?

16 thoughts on “Stencil-in-Stencil Techniques

  1. This is great! A new technique for me…yay!….. Which I am going to try. Thanks for being a wonderful teacher.

  2. I too work with a cat who loves to push keys when I am not aware. Thanks Sandy for your inspiring work.

  3. Wow ! Thank you Sandy for this fabulous technique ! I love this !!!
    And your card it’s just fantastic !

  4. I’m totally IN LOVE with this! It’s fun, festive and just so creative.

  5. Sandy, you are so talented! And sooooo funny! Your wonderful personality shows in all you do. You’re the kind of person I would love to meet up with for coffee sometime!

  6. What a great technique and a fabulous card!

  7. Just fantastic and so artistic. Really original as I’ve never seen anything like this before. thank you Sandy and a Merry Christmas to you and all those you love and your followers
    pat

  8. That card looks great! The deer is such a clever idea and I love the background.

  9. Looooooooooove!!!!!!

  10. Love this technique! I bought a bunch of smaller stencils a while back but haven’t used them much. What a great idea to just fill in the background with them. I can’t tell you how many times a light bulb goes off in my head when I watch your videos and I say to myself “why didn’t I think of that?!?!” You are always such a wonderful inspiration for this artist wanna be. Also, the reindeer is fabulous!

  11. A new technique that I haven’t seen before. I love learning something. TFS

    1. It should say something new.

  12. Wow! That turned out so cool looking, Sandy! Such a fun technique! ♥

  13. Such a fun technique. Love the end result and how you made Rudolph pop!

  14. Hope this comment goes through. Loved this stencil on stencil technique. Thank you for sharing this.

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