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April 12, 2020

(Video) Selective Blending on Stencils with Channin Pelletier

Hello Heffy Doodlers!! It’s Channin here with a new card and video to share! In today’s video I demonstrate how to selectively ink blend over the Candy Store stencil to create a fun postal themed card! You can watch the video below or over on our YouTube channel.

Selective Blending on Stencils with Channin Pelletier

Watch below or on our YouTube channel.

To create this card, I first ink blended an A2 panel of white cardstock with red and blue ink over the Candy Store stencil. I used pieces of painters tape to mask off every other stripe and then ink blended with red ink. Once I had finished ink blending with red, I then removed the tape and the stencil and then cleaned them both with a baby wipe. Next, I repositioned the stencil over the panel, then placed the tape over the red stripes and then ink blended with blue ink. Once I had finished with blue, I then removed the tape and the stencil and then die cut the panel with the largest die from the Skinny Imperial Rectangles Frame Die set. Next, I die cut white craft foam with the same die and then adhered the cardstock frame onto its craft foam counterpart. 

I then stamped several images from the Yappy Happy Mail Stamp set in Memento Tuxedo Black. Next, I copic colored the images and then die cut them with the matching dies. I then die cut two banners using the Curved Banner Die out of white cardstock. Then I placed the negative into my MISTI to serve as a jig and then popped the banners inside the openings. I then positioned sentiments from the Roundabout Sentiment Stamp Set onto the banners and then stamped them in Memento Tuxedo Black. 

Next, I adhered the dimensional striped frame onto an A2 top-folding card base and then the rest of the striped panel inside. Next, I adhered a circle I die cut using the Stitched Circles Die out of white cardstock onto the card front. I then adhered the copic colored images onto the circle with foam squares. Lastly, I folded the banners along their score lines and then adhered them onto the card front with tiny foam squares. 

I hope you enjoyed today’s card and video!! Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful day!



April 12, 2020

One Comment on “(Video) Selective Blending on Stencils with Channin Pelletier

August 26, 2020 at 2:05 pm

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