Welcome to Dreamweaver Stencils Clean and Simple (CAS) November Challenge.
Today I am sharing a fast and easy technique that can make Christmas card making a breeeze.
Ink Transfer Technique...
I have sprayed a nice amount of Memory Mist onto the back of the stencil. You will know ithe back of the stencil because Lynell Harlow's name isn't on this side. If you can see words or numbers, you are looking at the front of the stencil.
Lay the glossy cardstock, glossy side onto the ink. I press my fingers onto the paper, without pushing the paper around to much.
Carefully lift the glossy cardstock off of your stencil and this is your result.
Set the inked, glossy cardstock aside for 15 minutes to dry, or you can apply heat with a heat tool, just not too close. Your glossy cardstock will turn brown from the heat.
Using my Ink Transferred Technique image I made a very simple, easy to reproduce card.
I hope you can incorporate this technique and Dreamweaver Stencils into your Holiday card making.
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