Size: Brush measures approximately 10.25 inches long, from tip of bristles to end of handle. Bristles are 2.5 inches long and 1 inch in girth.
Our exclusive stencil blending brush will have you creating artistic airbrushed effects to the backgrounds of your cards, layouts, journals, planners, mixed media art projects and so much more! This three pack of blending brushes work beautifully with dyes, oxides, hybrids and water-based inks as well as paints.
We designed our stencil blending brush specifically for paper crafters in mind! Just think of how much you are going to love no longer having harsh edges on your soft ink blending projects. Our brush is perfect for your stenciling projects; but don’t limit your creativity because it is fantastic for painting and so much more.
the Stencil Brush can be used with these techniques:
How to care for the brush:
Immerse yourself on a creative journey of extraordinary and stunning art with your crafting when you explore all the possibilities that you can have with our stencil blending brush. This set will give your plenty of inspiration!
Note: Bristles may stain with color, even when completely washed out. This is normal and does not alter use. Make sure to test your cleaned brush on a paper towel to make sure that all of the color is out of it.
The stencil blending brush is a Scrapbook.com exclusive product!
The Stencil Brushes give you a beautiful soft blended background with stencils. I like that you can build the color to create a darker more dramatic look too. The larger sized brush works really well for all my crafting needs. I'm not a big fan of the multiple sized brushes in one pack...this is a much more useful size for me. Great brushes at a great price!
I LOVE these brushes! They are really great for layering ink on cardstock without getting harsh lines. They give a lighter more airy feel and add some texture of the bristles for interest. They are really sturdy, large and easy to hold! I think I need more for each colours of the rainbow but they wash nicely in the meantime.
I love the fullness and softness of the actual brush! However, the wooden handles are rough and made my fingers tender. I ended up painting the handles. With that being said, you could either stain and varnish; sand and perhaps leave alone; or just varnish a couple times. Painting them did the trick for me!
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