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''Sandwich Stencilling'' technique by Ola

''Sandwich Stencilling'' technique by Ola

Hello there! It is Ola back with not one , not two, but three cards made using a non traditional way which I call ''Sandwich Stencilling'' technique. Yes that is correct ''Sandwich Stencilling'' ?!
The reason I have called this sandwich stencilling is because I am using a stencil and of course sandwich represents the way I place the stencil between cardstocks. 

For my cards today I will be using one stencil , but will show you how to achieve three completely different looks.

Here are my cards :






I have started my first card by securing my stencil above cardstock and using WOW embossing pad, I inked the entire space to ensure full coverage.

Then I placed another cardstock directly on top of the inked stencil and firmly transferred embossing ink to the top panel. I removed my top cardstock and replaced with third piece. Then I secured them together and run it through a die cutting machine. In this case I transferred ink to the top panel as well as the embossed stencil design into my cardstock.

Time to apply embossing powders and set heat using a WOW embossing heat tool.



To see video tutorial please visit my YouTube channel – Crafty Ola or click on the video link bellow:

https://youtu.be/xrR6GBg3YKg

Thank you for stopping by and see you again soon!


Comments

  1. Three great embossed looks Ola using this pretty stencil, and love the large greetings over the top.

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    1. Thank you dear Pat. You always here to encourage me. Xx

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  2. All 3 cards are awesome! Thanks Ola for sharing your sandwich technique and the amazing inspiration. (mardy14@bellsouth.net)

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