Scotty Dog Stenciled Pages Tutorial. Using two stencils and Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists I show a quick way to add color to a journal page.

Scotty Dog Stenciled Pages Tutorial

Scotty Dog Stenciled Pages Tutorial Video

 

Supplies used for the Scotty Dog Stenciled Pages Tutorial

Using the Scotty Dogs with the Little Daisies Stencils and Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists Sprays, Linda shows how you a quick way to add colors to your journal pages. 

This is the mop up page using the Party Pink Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist Spray with the Little Daisies Stencil. Think adding spraying glimmer mist to the backside of your paper so you already have a bit of color on it.

Scotty Dog Stenciled Pages Tutorial

Using the Blarney and Out to Sea Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists spray with the Scotty Dogs Stencil. You can see the faint outline of the Scotty Dogs.

Scotty Dog Stenciled Pages Tutorial

 Layering your stencils gives further dimension to your journal pages. This is the result of a mop up page from placing the Scotty Dogs Stencil down first inside the spray box, spraying with the Out to Sea Tattered Angels and then putting the Little Daises stencil on top. Linda  then used the Party Pink Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist.

Make sure to mop up your glimmer mists spray before layering another stencil you will have two journal page backgrounds!

Scotty Dog Stenciled Pages Tutorial

Here you can see the result when you layer two stencils.

Scotty Dog Stenciled Pages Tutorial

Creating just just two Stencil pages but getting four! You may choose to use some as a back ground for elements and the others for your journal page, Think about layering your stencils for your pages.

Scotty Dog Stenciled Pages Tutorial

Do you layer your stencils?

Robin Fennessy

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