Hellooooooo! Today I've got a fun and fresh new idea for you, prompted by a question a student asked me in class this past weekend.
As you can see from the diagram, you push colorant through a stencil. A mask covers (or masks) an area and the colorant goes around it. All of the Balzer Bits are masks. However, a student asked me if there were a way to treat them as stencils. I put on my thinking cap and came up with an idea.
Watch the video for the how-to:
Here are the samples from the video:
And here's a peek at just the background right after I created it (you can see my fabulous taped stencil above it).
I'm really loving this new way of using my Bits! So, thank you so much to the student who asked a simple question and opened the doorway to a whole new world!
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