Stenciling With Liquid Pearls By Joy Baldwin

Liquid Pearls can be used in a variety of creative ways, as demonstrated by Joy Baldwin in this tutorial where she uses them for stenciling to create a stunning background.

Instructions 

Hi crafty friends, it’s Joy here and I have a fun and easy card for you today using Liquid Pearls. They are so great for adding detail but, today we will use them to make a background. I used it with a stencil to create a fun spring card.

 

Stenciling With Liquid Pearls By Joy Baldwin Step 1

Step 1: Lay the stencil on a piece of Stark White cardstock that is A2 size. Add the liquid pearls on one side in a line, overlapping the colors where they meet. This will give you a nice blend of colors. The colors are (from right to left) Ballerina, Coral, Sunflower, Lemon Chiffon, Sage. 

 

Stenciling With Liquid Pearls By Joy Baldwin Step 2

Step 2: Using the Paste Tool, starting at the Liquid Pearl edge, gently glide and spread the Liquid Pearls across the stencil. If you need more Liquid Pearls, leave the stencil in place, add more then drag the tool across again. Do this until you get the desired look. Wash stencil and tool immediately.  

 

Stenciling With Liquid Pearls By Joy Baldwin Step 3

Step 3: You can see what it looks like with the stencil removed. 

 

Stenciling With Liquid Pearls By Joy Baldwin Step 4

Step 4: Stamp the flower and sentiment from the Floral Doodle stamp set with Jet Black Ink, fussy cut the flower and trim the sentiment. 

 

Stenciling With Liquid Pearls By Joy Baldwin Step 5

Step 5: Add the 3D Foam Adhesive to the flower and sentiment and place it in the center of the panel and add the panel to a white A2 card base. 

  

 

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