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Stencil Embossing with Hero Arts

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I’ve been wanting to try using a stencil as an embossing folder for a while now
and this month challenge was the perfect push! I decided to take it a step further
and ink with the stencil as intended before running it through my embossing machine.

I first affixed my stencil to some white paper (4×5 1/4) using Micropore tape.
Next, I used assorted Hero Arts inks and a mini blending tool to ink up my background.
I then ran it through my Grand Calibur using their standard embossing sandwich recommendation.
You do need to be careful removing micropore tape after its been run thru a die-cutting machine.

Moving onto my sentiment, I die cut a little tag and used MISTI to stamp my sentiment
in some matching ink. I poked a few holes with the crop-a-dile to add ribbon and adhere it around the back.

To finish, I mounted this piece onto some fun foam for dimension and then onto a coordinating
color cardstock cut to 4 1/8 x 5 3/8 and finally mounted onto a a2 card base.

I hope this provides some fun inspiration for you to join our April Stencil challenge.
You have until the end of the month to link up your creations for a chance at a $25 Gift Card!!!

Most of these supplies (linked below) can be found in the a2z scrapbooking store AND you
can take 15% off your $25+ purchase using my discount code KRISTINA15

One more thing before I go, did you know that we are on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook?. If you haven’t done so already, please follow us on these different social media outlets!! You don’t want to miss out on any fun promotions!!

Author: kristina3150

I'm 29 years old. Born, raised, and still live in the moderately small town of Commerce Township, Michigan. By trade, I'm a real estate agent currently working as the marketing & closing coordinator for a top producing agent. In addition to crafts, I would have to say my other passions are cooking and music -- And Nail Polish!

2 thoughts on “Stencil Embossing with Hero Arts

  1. So pretty!!!

  2. cool! love your colors together too–so spring-like!

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