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How to Use a Stencil to Create a Bokeh Heart Valentine’s Day Card

How to use a stencil to create a bokeh heart valentines day card.


Ready to learn how to use a stencil to create a fun Bokeh Heart Valentine’s Day Card? Valentine’s Day is one of the best times to send heart-inspired card creations. Our new 2201-Heart Strings Paper Pad‘ release is packed full of stunning new Valentine’s Day sets, including this 4301-Bokeh Hearts Stencil‘. This stencil has become an instant favorite, and makes the perfect card every time.

Let’s take a look at the following handmade cards by our designer, Meghan, using the new stencil (and more). Meghan said, “I just love how you can mix and match colors and textures to make the stencil look different”.(See below for different backgrounds made with the same stencil). She used the Brass & Bliss ‘5610-01D-Love Word with Shadow Die‘ along with some sentiments from the Brass & Bliss ‘36024-I Adore You Stamp Set‘ for the cards below. Meghan accented each card with hearts using ‘5700-02D-Stacked Hearts Die‘ with gems.

Sounds incredibly crafty and fun…. Let’s take a look at Meghan’s projects!

Card #1: Love that I Get to Love You

Handmade Valentines Day Card using Brass and Bliss Bokeh Hearts Stencil.

We love how Meghan showed us several different ways to use ‘4301-Bokeh Hearts Stencil‘. You can see by using glitter, paste, embossing, or even just the order in which you stencil, can make all the difference in the effect of the stencil. We definitely have “heart eyes” for this stencil! Which one is your favorite?

Samples of different ways you can use Brass and Bliss Bokeh Hearts Stencil to make a Valentines Day Card.

Card #2: I Love Being Yours

We hope you loved these projects and feel inspired for all your “Heart” creations this Valentine’s Day! If you want to shop, feel free to check out all the products used via the links below. Not ready to craft yet? Pin this project for later! Also, remember we are still using the Rubbernecker.com website to shop until the Launch of the Brass and Bliss website in March. Help us countdown to the launch!

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