Tuesday, March 11, 2014

diy: Mod Podge Brand Peel & Stick Stenciled Stationary

The awesome Amy Anderson of Mod Podge Rocks (and author of the equally as awesome book, Mod Podge Rocks!: Decoupage Your World) designed a collection of Peel & Stick Stencils for Mod Podge. I was able to give the Tangier stencil a spin, and decided to whip up a set of customized ombre stationary. Something a little different than what peel & stick stencils are used for - but this project proved just how versatile they are! The Mod Podge Rocks! Peel & Stick Stencils are available at Michaels. Keep reading to see how I used them to make customized stationary.


- 4" x 4" Watercolor Paper (Hand cut with a paper cutter)
- 4" x 4" Envelopes (Purchased at Michaels)
- Stencil Dauber (Flat brush specifically used for stencils)
- Acrylic Paint (2 colors - I used Mulberry & Razzle Berry)
- Mod Podge Rocks! Peel & Stick Stencil in Tangier (c/o Plaid Crafts)

1) Lay the stencil across the top of one sheet of paper.

2) With the dauber, apply the first color. Use a lighter hand as you work towards the middle.

3) Apply the second color from the other direction, also using a lighter hand as you work towards the center and meet the first color.

4) Peel off the stencil, and let dry completely. 

5) Try different positions and locations to mix it up a bit. When you're done with the stencil, simply clean with cool water. 


Check out more projects using Mod Podge Rocks Peel and Stick Stencils - and Mod Podge in general - over at Amy's website, Mod Podge Rocks. Become a fan of Facebook, and follow her on Twitter right here!

Xo, Kirsten


FTC Disclaimer: 
Mod Podge Rocks! Peel & Stick Stencil in Tangier was provided for review and consideration. All thoughts and comments are my own. Click here to read more information on my policies and procedures for sponsored posts and collaborations.