Tip Tuesday | Using Stencils

 

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Hello everyone! Today is Tip Tuesday and I’m sharing some tips for using stencils in your Bible journaling and getting good, crisp results. You can find the video process at the end of this post and over on my YouTube channel.

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My first trick to getting good stenciling in my Bible is to use a thin stencil that I can shape to the page. I make my own using my Silhouette Cameo and you can checkout that video HERE. But even using chunky stencils can be done if you apply products using a make up sponge and a very small amount of dry product.

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I use these sponges for all kinds of things in my craft room but they make it very easy to apply products like acrylic paint, ink, gelatos, etc. You still want to be sure to go in with very thin layers of product and build up color rather than go in with gloppy applications of product.

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Check out the video to see other little tips and tricks that I have for using stencils and I hope this helps you to have better stenciling results in your Bible journaling!

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Until next time!

Lindsey

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