Learn How To Use Artist Alcohol Markers On Your Cards and Scrapbooks
Think outside of the box with different techinques you can try using the Altenew Artist Markers. From simple stamp coloring to embelishment coloring, you will love fun tips and techniques taught in the class!
Cube Builder Stencil
This stencil will help you create an amazing cube background on your projects. Simply apply color through the stencil, flip the stencil over, then apply a different color. Altenew stencils look beautiful when blended with our Crisp Dye Inks, or you can add a splash of color and pattern with our line of ink sprays.
Download: Cube Builder Stencil Layering Guide
- Size: 6" x 6"
- Made in the USA
How To Use
Place the stencil over the project area and secure it with washi tape, painter's tape, or any other repositionable adhesive. Add patterns to your project by blending inks, spraying mists, applying embossing paste, or adding glitter. Gently pull the stencil off from the project area to see the result.
How To Clean & Care
Use baby wipes or stamp cleaner to remove any residual ink or craft medium. For more thorough cleaning, a gentle soap with lukewarm water may be used. Lightly pat the stencil dry with a clean cloth and return it to its original packaging or a storage sleeve to keep it clean. Store flat and away from direct heat/sunlight.
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
When I noticed the ideas and examples on this Cube Builder Stencil, how you can actually Turn this stencil around in different ways to create different shapes, you had me sold at the endless opportunities - thats for sure!!
I did also just receive this in the mail, and I am planning to also start having fun to see what I too can do with this amazing Cube Builder stencil.
Altenew, I hope you continue to come out with these amazing different shapes and styles for your stencils, nice work! Lori H.
So creative, so many color combinations... the possibilities are endless! So far I've just played but can't wait to use it on a project!
This is fun to use with one color ink using different pressure on the ink for a monochromatic look or different colors. There is a little learning curve to it and it might take several tries to get it lined up correctly, but it is so much fun.