Stencils are a great tool for arts and crafts. They generally are pretty affordable and often times you can reuse them for other projects. Today, stencils can come in basic shapes as well as really intricate designs. They can be used to build whole scenes as well.

20 Stencil Tips And Techniques You Want to Try ASAP
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Stencils can be used with a variety of mediums: ink, paint, mist, paste, etc. Most stencils just need warm soap and water to be cleaned.

You can buy stencils (here’s where I get a majority of mine http://shrsl.com/zcyn ) or you can make your own by using acetate or mylar as your stencil material and metal dies and a manual die cutting machine or an electronic die cutting machine.

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Here are the supplies I used:
20 Stencil Tips And Techniques You Want to Try ASAP

Craft Mat
Smooth Cardstock
Blending Tool
Daubers
Inks
Stencils (in order of appearance):
Create A Smile
Simon Says Stamp
Altenew
Carta Bella
Echo Park
Hero Arts
Simon Says Stamp
Hero Arts
Echo Park
Honey Bee Stamps
The Crafter’s Workship
Altenew
Spray Adhesive for Less Bleedthrough
Altenew
My Favorite Things
My Stencil Created with Circle Dies
Honey Bee Stamps
My Favorite Things
Echo Park
Stencil on black Cardstock – metallic pigment ink – Don’t know, it was in a destash bundle.

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  1. Just found your videos and have watched 5 of them so far. Thanks for sharing so many great tips!

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