Apr 19, 2019

Stencil Stamping & Coloring : Mudra DT post

Hi Friends,

Am on Mudra's blog for today's monthly post. I have made 3 cards focusing Stencil Sponging. Sponging over Stencils is a pretty basic way to use. Stencils can also be used for mists/sprays or to apply the texture pastes to get the desired patterns. For which, whole stencil or a portion can be used to create the focal image or even a background.

Always start loading the sponge with the ink and lightly sponge over the stencil in one direction only. Once a layer of ink on your cardstock is dried, you can sponge over top with more inks and more pressure to intensity to get a layered look.

Went ahead and colored the sponged areas of the stenciled portion to make my focal images for first 2 cards and in the last card, used stencil for background on yupo paper using alcohol inks .





Check the  Mudra blog for the complete procedure and pictures.

Hope you like it!

Happy Crafting!


Linking this card for the following challenges



Virginia's Show and share 

The card concept : Spring Celebration (Inspired by soft pastel shades of florals and greens)


3 comments:

  1. These are ALL so very Beautiful! Love your coloring of the stenciled blooms!!

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  2. Masterfully done! Love love the strokes and how you added details in each card! So glad that you join the fun with my “Show & Share”! WONDERFUL!

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  3. WOW!! These are beautiful!! Thanks so much for joining us at The Card Concept.

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