The second page was intended to be an experiment and then it unintentionally morphed into another spread. I started by taking the 6x6 stencil and following Traci Bautista's tutorial in her latest book Printmaking Unleashed, to create my own silk screen by securing the stencil to the hoop and filling in the holes in the stencil with Mod Podge to transfer the design to my fabric.
This way I get the negative of the design... I was thrilled with how it turned out, and I'll be making more of these! So then I just kept layering screen prints over top of the background that was done with the 9x12 stencil and some stamping then added some dots on top from the 4x4 stencil (that's another one that's going to get a ton of use!)
And a little close-up of the final page so you can get a better idea of how the screen printing looks:
Not a member of StencilClub yet? If you sign up by the 15th, these are the stencils you'll get in your first shipment! It's definitely a good month to start if you've been thinking about it ;)
Until next time!