A short, hot tip video showing how to properly use stencils with powders to create beautiful powder designs in glass.
Using Craft Stencils & Bullseye Powders - Full Version00:04:09
Short hot tip video. Full version. No chapters.
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Very simple, but valuable method! review by SANDY on 12/19/2018
Simple, easy to follow--love it!
Great tips. review by JESSICA on 9/20/2018
Great tips on making clean lines and control of powders for stencil work. Thanks Tanya!
5 star review by Connie on 9/17/2017
Great video--short and to the point. Nice tip. Thank you Tanya!
Great, thanks! review by Me on 6/22/2017
Quick and to the point, perfect!
Great technique review by Diane on 5/24/2017
The video was concise and easy to follow. I would like to have a discussion included on firing the piece after the stenciling has been completed.
Wonderful technique for keeping the powder in place! review by LINDA on 2/20/2017
Wonderful technique for keeping the powder in place! Very easy to understand and use.
very clear and simple review by James on 12/25/2016
Very clear and simple. Since I am new to glass i assume you actually do this on top of the glass. I like the comment don't put too much or it will fade. Price was right free.
Fabulous! review by Marlene on 12/3/2016
Why didn't we think of this? Tanya, you rock, thank you!
Awsome video review by Bobbie on 12/2/2016
Great information regarding powder and stencils:-)
Great Tip... excited to try it out review by ingrid on 12/2/2016
I love to use powders.. and historically struggled with edges that were too messy or powder that spills onto the design as I lift up the stencil ... thanks... this is super helpful
Brilliant review by Mary Ann on 12/1/2016
I got decent results with stencils but Tanya showed me the light