I used an open shape stencil coupled with the brand new Geometrics stencils to create unique combinations of images. Follow these steps to achieve the double stencil technique . . .
1. Choose a stencil from your collection with an open shape.
4. Layer the stenciled panel onto a coordinating matte and card.
|Stencils: Common Threads + Geometrics in CS® Amethyst Hybrid ink|
Take Wing green panel and Great Outdoors sentiment in CS® Peridot Hybrid ink
1. Keeping the open shape stencil in place, remove the pattern mask/stencil.
2. Ink the outside edges of the open stencil to define the shape.
Let's take a look at some other striking double stencil combinations.
|Stencils: Take Wing + Geometrics in CS® Amethyst Hybrid ink|
Collections script stamp in Neon Pink CS® Ink and Hydrangeas quote.
|Stencils: Spring WOW 2013 + Geometrics and My Funny Valentine 2011 in CS® Amethyst Hybrid ink|
Collections script stamp in Neon Pink CS® Ink and Watercolor Blossoms quote
|Stencils: Graffiti + Geometrics in CS® WOW Red Hybrid ink|
Neon purple dabber splats, Random Doorways red panels and Big Deal sentiment
|Stencils: Hopes flower + Cape Cod (left) in CS® Ocean Hybrid ink and |
Friends (right) in CS® Neon orange and yellow ink
Hopes leaf + Geometrics (left) and Comics (right) both in CS® Spruce and Peridot Hybrid ink
Trees light and dark green card bases with Blossom sentiment
Feel free to share your stencil combo ideas in the comments section below.