Hi! Jessica Sporn here, sharing how I created coloring pages by mixing and matching StencilGirl Stencils.
Here are the materials that I used to create the coloring pages, and my daughter used to start coloring them!
For my first try at creating a coloring page, I started with Michelle Ward's Sphere's stencil, because of its wide open spaces. I then filled in some of the open areas with other stencils that echoed Sphere's round lines. Mary Beth Shaw's Calligraphy, the small Marrakesh repeat in Nathalie Kalbach's Elephant March, and Pam Carrier's Journal Texture stencils worked so well together.
As I got a little bolder, I combined my Jump for Joy stencil with Garden Flowers and Leaves Outlined. Rather than using smaller stencils to fill the open areas, I doodled in them instead.
Here's a video to help you understand the methods to my madness!
You can also watch Creating Coloring Pages with Stencils on YouTube.
I hope this post gave you some new ideas for how to mix and match your stencils.
This is a fun way to create "color your own" cards, books, and more.
I look forward to seeing what you create!