Stenciled Lace Cuff Jill MacKay

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Hi everyone, Jill MacKay here, excited to share a beautiful stenciled lace cuff! Creating this lacey look couldn’t be easier using a stencil and permanent inkpad. I love how easy using a boarder stencil works perfectly on the leather cuff die cut! Add a crystal pave snap and some white AB flat backs for that added touch of elegance and presto! A gorgeous and high end looking leather cuff, a perfect accessory to any outfit you want to make a statement with!

Here are the materials you'll need for this project:

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Other Materials Needed:

  • Swarovski Crystal Applicator Tool & Snap setting die heads
  • 11- Swarovski flat back crystals, white AB, 14SS
  • 1 crystal pave Swarovski snap
  • Loctite Superglue Gel
  • Staz-On Ink pad, black
  • Folk Art Peel and Stick Stencils, Borders #30859
  • 1 – 3/8” Dauber
  • Crystal Katana
  • Embossing stylus

Let's get started!

**STEP_000**

Cut 1 smaller width cuff from white leather.

**STEP_001**

Place self-adhesive stencil on face of leather die cut.

**STEP_003**

Use dauber to stencil entire surface. Let dry.

**STEP_004**

Carefully remove stencil.

**STEP_005**

Use applicator tool to set Snap.

**STEP_006A**

**STEP_006B**

Use stylus to add tiny drops of glue.

**STEP_007**

Use Katana to add crystal flat backs.

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FINISHED PIECE

FINISHED CLOSE UP

Thanks so much for joining me! I can't wait to see all of your handmade jewelry!

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2 thoughts on “Stenciled Lace Cuff Jill MacKay”

  • LaQuieta Gibson
    LaQuieta Gibson Oct 24, 2016 at 09:50 pm

    I love this especially since I have arthritis and can't always keep my hands steady

    Reply
  • Regina Hughes
    Regina Hughes Oct 31, 2016 at 08:27 pm

    I love your jewelry I really want to see if I can get all the tools and dies for it I would love to talk with you on how to start this I appreciate if you would email me a time that would be good for you. Thank you for being a awesome artist in making all these beautiful things.

    Reply
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