Spent some time the past week playing with my stencils for a recent blog post over at Club Scrap Creates. You can check it out HERE. As a result, I kind of stumbled upon a "new to me" technique. I don't think I have ever seen anyone do this before. So here is my Stencil Splat idea.
1. Turn your stencil to the back side and then with a juicy Club Scrap® Neon Ink Dabber, splat it down onto the stencil. To get your dabber inky, simply turn it upside down and give it a bit of a squeeze dispensing the ink onto a nonstick surface. I used my acrylic stamping block.
|Club Scrap® Graffiti Stencil|
2. Place the inky stencil on to the previously stenciled word ART, being careful to line it up properly.
|Double Stencil Technique|
3. Apply a bit of pressure to the back of the stencil to ensure the ink is transferred. Carefully lift off stencil.
5. Turn the stencil onto a piece of plain white cardstock. Stencil the word ART using Club Scrap® Peridot Hybrid ink onto the paper. Make sure to apply pressure on the ink splats to ensure transfer.
Hope you enjoy this fun technique.