the etsy team
so these are two great tutorials that I learned from so I'll show my process it's pretty much the same as these two.
|Start filling in the dark parts on you image making sure your not making any islands. I like to do this part with a jiffy so I can still fix mistakes before I start cutting.|
|and here it is the front of my stencil|
|and the back I think it looks like a bunny|
|So for the next step I use some re-positional spray adhesive, a regular old exacto knife and a cutting board that I picked up a while back at the dollar store|
|So the first thing I tried here is a page protector which was way to thin and tore when I removed it.|
|The second thing I tried was this thick page divider for a binder this was to thick and hard to cut out especially if you want a detailed stencil.|
|So finally I decided on these page dividers which fell right in the middle they are easily cut and hold up very well. Best of all they are very inexpensive at $0.97 Canadian at Walmart.|
|Here is the package you can find them in the office supply section. I was going to use the plastic transparent paper as was suggested in the Etsy video but it was very expensive so I opted for these instead.|
|the broken piece it was to important to the stencil to leave out so...|
|take some scotch tape and tape your piece back in place, a piece of tape on each side so there is no sticky bits.|
|Now cut off the excess tape.My problem was I had two whiskers to close together so I cut one of them back in in the tape and left the other out.|
I now have a whole new respect for people who make all the awesome tutorials, it is really hard to try and explain things and take good photographs of all the steps.
Well anyways Happy Easter Everyone and I hope the weather is starting to get spring like wherever you are.