I’ve been making stencils for well over a year now. I will get into a creative roll and then get stuck in a rut. Lately I’ve added 3 new stencils and one old one for a total of 20 different stencils. I will try to continue making more and let you know when I have a bundle of them ready. The best selling stencils are the Pretty Face and Pretty Lady stencil. these are very helpful for adding a face to your art journal. I favor background stencils to use with my cards. If there’s something you are looking for, let me know and I might be able to design it!
To buy a stencil just click on the picture below and it will take you to the auction. To see all of them on one page, just click here!
I should also mention all of our stencils are 4.25 x 5.5″ and they are $3.99. We have a store wide sale of 25% off right now so the stencils are just $2.99. That’s a great deal for a plastic laser cut stencil!
Chain Link Stencil
Snowflakes (includes masks)
Abstract Flower Background
There’s all of the stencils for now. Hopefully you found something you like!
Here’s the card I made for my Sister’s recent Birthday. This was surprisingly quick to make and I think it looks pretty nice! I’m still on a bit of a Color Burst kick. We actually sell them in our store now! You can see them HERE.
The sentiment stamp is one that I found at a Rubber Stamp Convention and it’s by Rubbernecker. I love how affordable their stamps are and they have some very clever sayings as well. Hopefully I will use some of the other ones I got soon! Click here to buy this stamp from Rubbernecker for just $3.90! The stars in the background were individual star stamps that I rounded up from multiple Lawn Fawn stamp sets. I repeatedly stamped them, rotating the acrylic block to get variation. Everything was embossed with white embossing powder and then I let my Color Burst do the rest of the magic!
I’d love to redo this same card and figure out how to make the color bursts create a galaxy! That would be super awesome!
This was one of those cards I made up as I went along. I really like how it came out, which was nice because it seems to be hit or miss with those types of cards. The background was done using 4 different smooch spritz colors. The moon was punched with a 1-1/2″ circle punch. The clouds and lightening bolt were cut on my eclips . The background paper is from a Martha Stewart mat pad. Various distress inks were used throughout. The moon was colored using Spectrum Noire markers. The lightening bolt was colored using one of the new metallic distress stains. The bird stamp and cityscape on the edge die are both Tim Holtz. If you need specifics or a tutorial on anything, just let me know!