Watercolor with Stencils 2 Ways

Stencils are so amazingly versatile, but one medium that I have never really gotten good results with is watercolor. I wanted to find a way to make both stencils and watercolor coexist and make some beautiful backgrounds for my cards. What I came up with is super simple, cheap and works beautifully!! You can watch the full video tutorial down below for 2 different ways to use your watercolor mediums and stencils together!!

This is such a fun technique, but it does take a bit of time. And it’s not a technique you can really rush. But I promise the results are so worth it!

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I showed just a few ways to really utilize this technique, but there are so many creative ways to take it even further! Not to mention, it is completely customizable! Use different stencils, different watercolors, different color combinations! It really is up to you how far you want to take it!

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I hope you all enjoyed this technique and if you do try it, be sure to tag me so I can see too!! If you are interested in the exact supplies I used on my cards today, you will find them all linked down below!

Happy Crafting!!

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TCW810 Floral Statement 6×6 Stencil
TCW810 Blooming Garden 12×12 Stencil
TCW808 Leaf Collection 12×12 Stencil
Rubber Cement
Liquid Frisket
Painter’s Tape
Dr. Ph Martin’s Hydrus Watercolors
Watercolor Brush
Watercolor Paper
Rubber Adhesive Eraser
Distress Inks –
Ripe Persimmon

Dried Marigold
Frayed Burlap 
Aged Mahogany 
Peeled Paint
Fossilized Amber
Pumice Stone
Water Brush
Hero Arts Prayers Stamp & Die Set
Princess Gold Embossing Powder
Copper Embossing Powder
Powder Tool
Heat Tool
Die Cutting Machine
Nuvo Drops Gold
Nuvo Drops – Black
Glossy Accents
Imagine Crafts Fireworks – Rich Cocoa

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