Hi, everyone! Jessica Sporn here today to show you what I did with the
EXCLUSIVE August 2015 StencilClub stencils designed by Terri Stegmiller!
I started with a page in my journal on which I had previously used up extra paint. I had intended to journal in these stripes, but decided to use the page for Terri's stencils instead.
I stenciled with gesso using the 9 x 12. I already loved this page - it has such a beachy feel!
I added some bursts of color with the 4 x 4. I see a fireworks spread someday with this stencil!
I love the lacy feel of the 6 x 6. But I wanted to get the imprints of the plastic, and not the negative space. So I filled a plate with a black glaze, and dipped the stencil into it.
Then I "stamped" my art journal page with the inked stencil.
Once the black dried, I painted inside the black outlines with various glazes.
I had been saving this tissue paper for a while. I "cut out" some of the flowers (instead of a scissor, paint around the areas with a thin brush dipped in water. Then it's easy to tear out your elements without creating hard edges), and adhered them with matte medium.
I used the 4 x 4 stencil and some white paint to add some details to the flowers, and used the 9 x 12 to calm down the background a bit.
Time for some journaling, and done!
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Love your page Jessica. Beautiful and vibrant. I also loved each stepout too. Lots of options.ReplyDelete
Oh my, I so love your results Jessica!!!ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful page! Love the colorful background and all of the layers... love it!ReplyDelete
Love all the layers!ReplyDelete
very nice work! thanks!ReplyDelete
Layering never looked better! Love the colors!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the beautiful page. Your techniques are wonderful and I cannot wait to incorporate some of them in my work....I just joined the stencil club and your sample proved it was a great self-gift....Peej lankfordReplyDelete
Love this post! Great for this budding art journal artist. :) can't wait to put some of these techniques to use!ReplyDelete