How To Stencil Sketch

I came across a cool technique a few weeks ago, and shared this with my TOTALLY TECHNIQUE CLASS attendees a few days ago.  The class featured the technique of DIE CUT STENCILING and one thing I shared with them, that was a type of take on the technique we were doing, was this STENCIL SKETCH TECHNIQUE.  It’s a SUPER simple technique and makes any project SUPER CUTE!!

Yee Haw Buckaroo using Stenciled Sketch technique http://www.handstampedstyle.com

You can’t go wrong with a little YEE-HAW card!

On top of using this awesome technique for this fun card, it’s time for a new sketch challenge over at Hand Stamped Sentiments… here is the sketch that the Design Team got to work with-

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Sketch Challenge for Hand Stamped Sentiments

I paired this adorable sketch with a FUN technique and added a layer of even more awesomeness by using that adorable stamp set YEE-HAW!!

Yee Haw Buckaroo using Stenciled Sketch technique http://www.handstampedstyle.com

Making an adorable card is SO simple, don’t over think it.

Just 3 simple steps and you have a cool effect.

1) grab your stencil, geometric shapes work best.

2) trace an outline of the image with a Stampin’ Write Marker

3) draw lines in one direction, them draw lines in the other direction over top – creating a clean crosshatch pattern.

Yee Haw Buckaroo using Stenciled Sketch technique http://www.handstampedstyle.com

3 simple steps and you have a FAB result!!

This simple technique is SO fun and seriously, gives such a cool look to any project!  Take a moment and play along with us, you have a full 2 weeks to play along.  Create a project (it can be anything… ) that is inspired by the sketch we are using this month.  It will be so fun, you will be surprised!

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Comments

  1. Great technique! I love your sketchy little circles, and that stamp set is SO fun!

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