Today I’m Creating Journal Spots with Stencils. During one of my live streams I showed a technique of masking a page and using stencils to create a journal card with a stenciled pattern and a journal page with a white space. Thinking back about that technique caused me to create two sets of four label stencils for the purpose of creating journaling space. Enjoy the Tutorial.

Creating Journal Spots with Stencils Tutorial Video.

Supplies used for the Creating Journal Spots with Stencils project

Creating these Label Stencils was a way for me to add a shape for a journal space. I could also use the stencils to create shaped journal cards, just trace onto prefered paper.

Creating Journal Spots with Stencils

Try layering the Label Stencils with other stencils like the November Stencil Club or The Journal Lines other favorite stencils.

Use the masks after spraying through the Label Stencil to add a different color and pattern with another stencil.

Labels Stencil Two

I had a lot of fun playing with these pages. Once the designs are created I then used an oval blending tool to add a little more definition to each label.

On another page I used the Flowering Branch to add a pattern around each label. These Label stencils are going to get a lot of use I can already tell.

Creating Journal Spots with Stencils

How would you use these Label Stencils in your projects?

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