Check out how to make a stencil for card making using something you'd probably just throw away!

Once you watch this video and learn how to make a stencil that you can use over and over on your cards, you will never look at your “trash” the same away again! You can use this concept for lots of different basic shapes, more complex designs and even your letters and numbers! Imagine how easy it would be to pull out these reusable stencils and have them ready to add these fun details in a flash!

Seeing is believing, so I made you a video showing you just how to do this.  Before the video, let me share this fun card with you.  This is a great layout for mass producing and it's one you can use over and over again for a variety of holidays.

The Project

Here is our fast and simple Halloween card.  You only need a handful of supplies – which makes it my kind of card!


an adorable easy to make Halloween card from today's how to make a stencil video tutorial from I Teach Stamping


The Video That Will Show You How to Make a Stencil

Here's the video walking you through it all, below this will be your supplies so you can create this on your own.



The Supplies

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Download The Project Printable

Want to keep this project as a reference for later?  Click here to download your project printable complete with supply list.


A printable project sheet with the card from today's how to make a stencil video from I Teach Stamping


Now you've got some easy-to-do tips on how to make a stencil from the clear sheet from your stamp sets – are you looking around your craft space to see what else you can use? Just make sure that it's durable, that it cuts cleanly with your dies and that you can wipe it clean so you don't transfer ink onto other projects. Stampers are known for saving lots of crazy things and in this case, holding onto something you might otherwise throw away is a huge plus!

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