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Videos: Layered Stenciling + New Lawn Fawn

Hello! Today I have TWO videos. One shows a way to do layered stenciling and the other shows a look at the newest Lawn Fawn release. (It is a REALLY good one!)

[All supplies are linked in the thumbnails at the end of this post. Click HERE to watch on YouTube.]

I love making happy cards, and I think this card fits that description! I started by die cutting a stitched banner with the new Lawn Fawn Stitched Party Banners die set. These dies are perfect for creating banners to hang for decorations, but I used them for a card.

Next up? Some layered/masked stenciling. I first used Salty Ocean Distress Ink over the Hero Arts Cloud Stencil for the soft clouds. (The Mini Inking Tool makes this so easy!) I then masked the clouds off with the masks that come with this stencil. (Isn’t that a great bonus? If your stencil doesn’t come with the matching masks, you can easily create your own. Just ink the same shape on scrap paper and cut the shape out. There you go – you have a mask!) I next created my own sun ray stencil by die cutting a piece of scrap plastic with the SSS sunshine die. (I used plastic so I could use it over and over again.) After applying Scattered Straw Distress Ink, I removed the DIY stencil and cloud masks, revealing a dimensional-looking, inked background.

I did some quick Copic coloring on the new Lawn Fawn lighthouse image and stamped the greeting. I finished the stamped area with a bit of Wink of Stella shimmer and a few sequins to hide a boo boo. Finally, I added it to a notecard covered with some adorable Lawn Fawn 6×6 paper.

I have always been a big fan of Lawn Fawn. The owners are so very wonderful and I really like that they stick to their style and do it so well. Somehow each release keeps getting better and better and this one is the best. I did a little video showing a close-up look at these new products and some ideas for using them…

Here are all the new products: (Click SSS for Simon Says Stamp or EH for Ellen Hutson.)

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If you want to see A LOT more inspiration using these new Lawn Fawn products, be sure to check out their blog. It is a really good one!

SUPPLIES

Below are the products featured above. Click on the letters below the picture to go to a favorite store: Simon Says Stamp (SSS), Ellen Hutson (EH), and Amazon (AZ). The sun die listed is similar to the one I used.

 

 

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54 thoughts on “Videos: Layered Stenciling + New Lawn Fawn”

  1. Another great tutorial. I love that you made the “boo boo” because I got to see how you “find a fix” so you don’t have to pitch a project. Too many times I’ve made a mistake and just get stuck. Now, I’ll start thinking outside the box. Keep them coming!

  2. Oh, my goodness. I LOVE this. I’m also still laughing about stamps not screaming when cut. Once I cut up my first one, it’s practically my go-to thing to do now, and it gives so many more options for stamping! Never again will I think my sentiment stamp is too long. 🙂

    And I’m very happy to see you also make boo-boos and recover from them. There are no mistakes in stamping, only opportunities for embellishment.

  3. Jennifer,

    I’m almost positive you did a video using the Simon Says Stamp “Game Tiles” stamp set that look like Scrabble tiles, but I can’t find it! If it was you, could you point me to it? I have taken a few of your online classes, but I don’t think it was in those. You did use the Copic markers to color the tiles, so it may be.

    Thanks so much!

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