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Clear Scraps Stencils--Cutest Lil' Monster LO

Hi all!  Laura here with you today, sharing a way to use some of the fun

Clear Scraps stencils to create a spooktacular Halloween LO!

Clear Scraps Stencils Cutest Lil' Monster LO(1)

I love using stencils to take a plain sheet of paper and create an entirely new look with

just a little ink, pen or paint!  On the left side of the page, I used the Clear Scraps

6" bulb stencil.  This stencil is easy to use to create an entire border by layering it.

Clear Scraps Stencils Cutest Lil' Monster close up 1(1)

I used black distress ink to stencil it directly to the paper, and just continued to line

it up to do the next section and filled the entire 12" paper.  Super simple!  After that,

I took another Clear Scraps stencil, the 4x6" Oct 31st stencil.  I started by stenciling

the "31" in the corner first.  That made it easier to line everything up to get the look I was

going for.  Then I stenciled in the "Oct" and the bats after. 

Clear Scraps Stencils Cutest Lil' Monster close up 2(1)

I did also go back and use the stencil to trace around the "Oct" and the "31" with

a black ink pen to make that part of the stenciled images "pop" a little more.

It's so fun to create your own backgrounds using the Clear Scraps stencils!

If you haven't had a chance to peruse all of the options, make sure you take

a trip over to the Clear Scraps store and take a look!  There are stencils for all

different seasons, occasions, and honestly my favorite are the background stencils!

The 6" bulb stencil is in that category in the store.   You can find all of the stencils

HERE.  Looking specifically for background stencils?  You'll find those HERE

They are such a fun way to create your own backgrounds and themed papers and

best yet, you can arrange it to fit your pictures when you create it yourself!


Thanks for stopping by today!


Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps:  6" bulb stencil, 4x6 Oct 31st stencil

Other: Bella Blvd Monsters & Friends collection paper, stickers,

ephemera and enamel stars, Black Soot Distress Ink.


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