Using Blending Brushes With Stencils

I’m not great at trying out new techniques when it comes to card making. When I sit down to crate a card I pretty much just want to get it done. This is why most of the cards you see from me are basic.

It is not that I don’t like making cards, I just want to get it done.

However, every now and again I see a card that I want to make that requires me to try something new.

Using Blending Brushes With Stencils

This is what happened with today’s project. I saw Gina K create a card and I wanted to try it out.

During my live on Facebook you will see that it took me a good tries to figure out to make it work. In the end it did work out, and I liked the card but it wasn’t what I had envisioned.

I love the Stampin Up Blending Brushes. They are really simple to use.

The great thing is you don’t really need a brush for every ink pad you have. Most of the time you can use a brush for generally all the blues you have.

Blending with these types of brushes is something I would like to try again.

Using Blending Brushes With Stencils

You can purchase any of the supplies I used today in my project in my online store HERE, or by clicking on the photos below.

June 2022 Creative Calendar & Posting Info:

Below you will see my Creative Calendar and Posting Schedule for the month.

If you are using the calendar for inspiration and creating projects make to use #KM-CreativeInspiration.

Using Blending Brushes With Stencils

June 2022 Ordering Special:

My ordering special this month is the Host Stamp Set called Sit, Stay, Relax.

When I first saw this stamp set in the catalog I was a little lost, but after finding some inspiration I’ve loved it.

I want you to have. Simply place an order with me of $50 or more and I will send you the stamp set.

You will also receive a card kit containing 2 cards you can create.

Using Blending Brushes With Stencils

Thank you for joining me today. Make sure you follow me on Facebook HERE.

I will be going live a few times next week to share new projects with you.

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