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 Last month I did a blog post for Club Scrap on using your stencils to emboss paper.
I forgot to share that technique here as well. 
 
Club Scrap papers, stamp, ribbon, charm, tag and stencil. Copics.
 
I wanted a honeycomb background for this card but don't have an embossing folder or stamp that come close.
I do however have a honeycomb stencil from Club Scrap.
 
Here's the layering order:
Clear plate
Two rubber mats
Paper
Stencil
Clear Plate
 
 
 
Now you have another use for your stencils!
Enjoy!

Comments

  1. So clever! I can't wait to try that with my stencil!

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  2. I'll have to figure out the sandwich for my Cuttlebug. Love this idea and your card is super cute!

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