November 3, 2013

Thanks - Camille Stencil Tutorial

Today I have a CAS card and tutorial to share with you using the Camille Tiny Design Stencil from Just a Trace.  I love these smaller size stencils, you can use just a portion of them to add accents to your projects, or you can create a larger pattern by using the registration marks on the stencil.

Camille Stencil Tutorial
Supplies:
Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps Ready 4 Any Holiday, Multi Step Old Truck
Card Stock - White, Espresso, Pumpkin
Ink - Ranger Gathered Twigs Distress Ink, K-pad
Other - Vintage Brown Seam Binding, Glue Dots, Dimensionals, Big Shot, Top Dog Dies Cherish Doilies & Tags Die, Twine, Embossing Folder, Scor-Pal, Just a Trace Camille Stencil, Ink Blending Tool, EzRelease Tape



 Adhere card stock to work space, then adhere Camille Stencil to card stock using EzRelease Tape


Using Ink Blending Tool and Kpad, sponge ink through stencil


Reposition Stencil and repeat inking process.  Note, I left a space so that I could add text in between the stencil area
Continue to reposition  the stencil and add ink until you reach the top of your panel

Use panel as desired



I used a Scor-Pal to score lines down the side of the stencil to add a bit of depth to the card

Here's another look at the same stencil technique

To embellish the card, I added Vintage Brown Seam Binding along with a tag die cut from using the small circle and tag from Top Dog Dies Cherish Doilies & Tags Die.  The small scallop circle tag is die cut from Espresso card stock, I die cut the tag a second time from Pumpkin card stock, then using scissors cut the circle from the center, dry embossed it and adhered it to the scallop circle.  The small tag is die cut from White card stock and stamped.  To embellish the smaller tag, I tied on some Twine, then adhered it to the larger tag using a dimensional.

example image

5 comments :

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Beautiful use of the stencil and fall colors!

Lucy said...

This card turned out so pretty! I love the repeating color patterns.

Deborah Frings said...

Absolutely fabulous! I simplicity of the design. Thanks so much for the tutorial too!

Cards By Jan said...

Hi Lisa...wow this is such a pretty card...

now I'll have to take up stenciling....lol this is such an encouragment to try!!

Kitchen Sink Stamps said...

WOW! Awesome technique Lisa!!! Thanks so much for sharing it ... you talents are so inspiring! :)

 
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