More fun with TE Masking Stencils!

Happy Wednesday! I’m here for Day Two of sharing what my friend Laurie Willison created in conjunction with Taylored Expressions! These stencils are available over at Taylored Expressions now! 😊

My first card today uses one of the new rectangle stencils twice on the same card. I simply masked off the area with the stencil and blended on inks and then did that again with a space at the bottom.

I think this all turned out fun and boy oh boy–how quickly you could make some quick sets with this technique! 🙂

This sentiment is always a fave of mine! It is from the Dadisms stamp set. Go With the Flow is always a go-to TE stencil of mine. Perfect combo!

Next up, I have this very simple and sweet card:

I blended on some Blueberry ink in the square stencil and added some splats. Then I stitched on this sweet heart, die cut from felt and full of ❤ !

These stencils are just a complete game changer for me. They make things incredibly easy and clean to create this look I adore! So many times I have needed these over the years, and bam, here they are!! So excited for my friend and her idea! 🙂

You can find all my supplies and links to the Taylored Expressions Shop below.

I Love You card:

For You card:


All these products are available now over at Taylored Expressions!

Also, there’s this little bit: The bundle includes all four shapes for $48 plus receive a free roll of 1/2″ purple tape with the purchase of the bundle from Oct. 22 – Oct. 27.

Thanks so much for stopping by today and be sure to check out the Taylored Expressions blog and Laurie’s Blog today too. ❤

If you missed my post and two cards yesterday, please hop over and check those out HERE.

Thanks for stopping by! Jill 🙂

Instagram: jilldhawkins 🙂

2 thoughts on “More fun with TE Masking Stencils!

  1. Kathy Mc says:

    I was wondering how it would work to make a second square going top to bottom exactly like you showed here. Love that, and your ❤️ card is priceless!

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