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The Crafter's Workshop - 6 x 6 Stencils - Mini Organic Matter Stencil

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The Crafter's Workshop - 6 x 6 Stencils - Mini Organic Matter Stencil

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This Mini Organic Matter Stencil is designed by Gabrielle Pollacco for The Crafter's Workshop. This 6" x 6" reusable stencil can be used with your favorite inks, markers, embossing pastes, texture pastes, paints, sprays, paper glazes, and other crafting mediums (sold separately). This stencil can be used...  Full Description & Details
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This Mini Organic Matter Stencil is designed by Gabrielle Pollacco for The Crafter's Workshop. This 6" x 6" reusable stencil can be used with your favorite inks, markers, embossing pastes, texture pastes, paints, sprays, paper glazes, and other crafting mediums (sold separately). This stencil can be used on a variety of surfaces such as fabric, canvas, walls, mat boards, boards, furniture, or it can be used for an entire 6" x 6" scrapbook page or photo album. It can also be used for smaller projects such as tags. This stencil will clean up easily whichever medium is used. This stencil is made in the USA. 

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  • Would you explain the difference between the organic matter mask and the organic matter stencil please?   By: Laura in TX (16-Jan-18) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • The organic matter mask and organic matter stencil are reverse images of the same design. When you apply paint, etc through the stencil you get the image -- what you see as black in the picture. When you apply paint, etc through the mask, you get the outline of the design.

      This stencil design gives you bubbles of color, or texture if you use molding paste. The mask gives thin lines of color. By: RoseBrierStudio (18-Jan-18) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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