Friday, November 7, 2014

StenDoodle A 2015 StencilGirl Calendar

StenDoodled 2015 Calendar with the November StencilGirl Club Stencils


OMG!!  Can you believe that 2014 is almost over?  I cannot believe how fast this year has flown by and I bet most of you guys say the same thing.  One thing that I look forward to at this time of the year are those cheap $1.50 yearly or two-year calendars that are at the front of every big box craft store.  Picked one up the other day but decided it needed a new cover.  

I decided it needed to be StenDoodled with the November 2014 StencilGirl Club Stencils. This is such a fun project to do.  I bet that once you make one, your friends are going to ask you to make one for them.

November 2014 StencilGirl Club Stencils

First thing you want to do is get one of those calendars, remove the calendar cover and trace it on a piece of white cardstock with a permanent fine tip marker. Then cut it out.   




Lay the 6" November Club stencil on the cardstock and carefully trace the outline. You might want to use a pencil first and then go back with the fine tip marker.  



Then go back with other stencils that have smaller designs in them and trace them in different areas of the main traced design. (Sorry, I started to color it in before I took the photo).  


For the above project, I used stencils from November 2014, October 2014, and June 2014. To see the stencils for each month so far, or to get more info on the StencilGirl Club, click HERE!



Next color in the piece.  I went back and applied some Stickles in certain areas to give it a kick.  Then score down the center and staple it back on the calendar and enjoy using for the next year or two!

Hope you guys liked this project.  

Hugs!!

Michael

6 comments:

  1. I do the same thing every year, that is redoing the calendar cover. I just started my stencil obsession this year so I think next years cover must be stenciled! Thanks for the inspiration Michael :)

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    1. Thanks Tasha. Can't wait to see what you make.

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  2. That's a fab idea for Xmas 'hostess' gifts.

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  3. Great idea Michael! Love your colors!
    Take care and STAY POSITIVE!

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