Thursday, 21 December 2017

Stenciled Mandala using Distress Crayons :D

A pair of gesso resit cards using Distress Crayons and a baby wipe :D I love this technique, and it worked brilliantly with this Mandala stencil free with issue 153 of Papercraft Essentials :D Simply lay down a thin layer of gesso onto you card, allow to dry, then cover with Distress Crayons (blending with your fingers). To create your pattern, add your stencil on top, then take a damp baby wipe and wipe away the colour from the open areas :D Simple!! :D I also added some over stenciling with Gilding Polish and used heat embossing for the sentiments, then finished with a scattering of sequins and gems :D Hope you liked the cards and the video :D

Main products used :D
Papercraft Essentials Issue 153 - Mandala Stencil and Stamps
Ranger Distress Crayons
Tonic Studios Nuvo Embossing Powder - Gold Enchantment
Cosmic Shimmer Detail Silver Shine Embossing Powder
Cosmic Shimmer Gliding Polish - Gold Treasure and Silver Dream
Sequins and Gems
Large Stitched Rectangle Die
Spellbinders Platinum Die-Cutting Machine

My Essential Products :D
Tonic A3 Glass Cutting Mat
Cosmic Shimmer Glue
Woodware Fine Tip Bottles
Spellbinders Platinum Die-Cutting Machine
White A6 Card Blanks
Little 8" Tonic Guillotine
Big 12" Tonic Guillotine
Tim Holtz Mini Snips 
Tiny Tonic Scissors (no serration)
Tonic Funky Tape Runner
White Card
Double Sided Tape
Ranger Mini Ink Blending Tool
VersaFine Onyx Black Ink Pad
Anita's 3D Clear Gloss
Tonic Aqua Shimmer Sparkle Pen
If any items are out of stock on CraftStash, make sure to add your e-mail to the in stock notification of that product so that CraftStash know you're interested! :D

To see the process behind these cards, please watch my YouTube video below, or over on my channel CRaFTi PoTeNTiAl :D

Lots more photos below :D


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