Review #1 Alternative “Stencil Brush”
The crafting world has tons of tools. It is so fun to find similar tools you can use that aren’t made just for paper crafting!
So when I was walking through Walmart, this brush caught my eye. I was interested in getting some stencil brushes online, but I hated to wait for it to be shipped to me. The other thing is it is nice to feel a brush or tool before you buy it. I bought this brush with the intention of using it as a stencil brush.
For this review video, I used this brush over a MFT stencil. I think you really need to start your brushing from either sides. If you just start brushing in the middle, it will turn out much as if you took a inking dauber and started in the middle. You need to come in from the outside of the stencil.
I really feel that it did a great job. I have some other videos coming using this brush, so keep looking out for that!
For the card, I used the piece I stencilled. I added some balloons I die cut from my new Lawn Fawn Balloon dies set. I also used my new Jellibean stamp set too. I loved using the threads to add to the balloons.
I really enjoyed putting this card together. Lots of fun techniques and little elements and of course I love the background that I made with this Daler Big Brush.
Supplies & links from this Review!
- Daler Rowney Simply – Big Brush (check out walmart)
- Lawn Fawn Balloons Die:
Simon’s Clear Embossing Pad:
- Sunshine Stamp Set – Jellibean
- Picked Raspberry Distress Ink
- Peacock Distress Ink
- Mermaid Lagoon Distress Ink
- MFT Stencil – All lined up
- Micropore Tape
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