Thursday, January 8, 2015

Adding Texture to an Art Journal Page with StencilGirl Stencils

Maria here....WOW second time this week!!!!!
This time I'm going to show you what I made with the January StencilClub stencils designed by Mary Beth Shaw.

I am very motivated by product. Always have been. To me a stencil is a product so when I approach StencilClub stencils it is usually the first thought I have when I look at them.  I just know I want to incorporate all three in some way if possible. 
This time I really had no plan....I started with basics, paint and the 9" x 12" stencil.

Then I added more layers with the 9"x 12" stencil again, adding the 4" x 4" and another color paint....

Then I got the bright idea to use some Golden Molding Paste 
with the circle on the 6 x 6".

Then I though more Molding Paste that is what I need!!!! 
So I used the other designs on the 6" x6" over the circles.

Hummmmm...what to do now.....
More color, I need more color......okay, so this is where I got into the "maria zone" and forgot I was doing a project to show you.....

Color,  some doodling...and I'm a happy camper!

Are YOU a member of StencilClub????
I hope so because these are so fun to play with!!!!!
There is still time to join this month to get these in your mailbox! 
Get all the info HERE.


  1. Love this! That circle stencil is one of my absolute favorites and I love how you used multiple layers of molding paste. It's awesome! And the colors are fabulous too. Love how you doodled around the circles... I'm going to steal that idea :D

  2. Love this Maria! Can't wait until they arrive!!

  3. OMG! That is amazing....and gorgeous.

  4. I will try that when mine comes! Thanks.

  5. Love it.. Love the colors.. oh did I say I love all the layers.. Thanks for sharing.. it's awesome!

  6. fabulous layering. And LOVE the color combo.


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