Hello everyone!! I’m here today to show you how to create a stencil using a PenBlade.
Take a look:
All I did was use the PenBlade to cut a thick piece of plastic that you see in the photo above. Then I used the stencil to create that card.
Super simple and easy. I created a video but it didn’t turn out good. I will try to create another since I have more plastic to play with.
I have a coupon code for you to pick up a set of PenBlades for yourself on the PenBlade site: Kreative
What do you think? Please let me know below.
Thanks for stopping by!
Hello everyone!! Kymona here with a different sort of project for you today. As a matter of fact, this whole week I will be show you how to use PenBlades to create different projects!!
Are you ready?
Today I will show you have to create canvas art using a penblade.
Here are the tools you will need:
- A couple of canvases
- One PenBlade (sizes 10, 11, 15)
- One stencil that will fit inside the canvas.
Here is how I created the canvas art:
I turned the canvas upside down and taped the stencil on the inside of the canvas.
Then I used the PenBlade to cut out all of the arrows in the pattern. The tip on this blade is the perfect size for this stencil. It fits right into the small spaces.
Once all of the arrows are cut out then I removed the stencil and turn the canvas over to inspected it.
Super easy to do. The PenBlade glided through the canvas material with ease.
I could help but to make more then one.
I like the one on the right better. If you take a close look at the one on the left, I cut to close to the wood backing. Once I add a pop of color behind it you will not see the wood backing.
So what do you think? Would you give this a try? I would love to hear from you.
Wait before I go, the women over at PenBlade, were gracious enough to give us a coupon code to use. The code is KK20
I hope everyone will take advantage of this code.
Thank you so much for stopping by!