Hi there! Sherry Canino from Canino’s Artistic Café here,
and I am honored to be a Guest Designer on StencilGirl Talk today!
I will be using 4 StencilGirl stencils to create canvas to look like
part of an old Church with a beautiful stained glass window.
I love anything vintage and just love old buildings and architecture. I am very much into art that is “touchable,” adding texture to everything.
Here are the supplies I used starting with the StencilGirl stencils:
Wood Cut Roses – By Desiree Habicht
Rose Window and Border – By Lizzie Mayne
Black Birds in Trees – By Kimberly Baxter Packwood
Church Window – By Margaret Applin
Other Supplies: 12” x 24” canvas, acrylic paints, gesso, Dylusions sprays,
Liquitex acrylic spray paint, glass bead gel, molding paste
So grab a cup of coffee and and enjoy the video!Watch Sherry's Video on YouTube.
Here is a close up look at the stained glass window:
And a close up of the birds and flowers:
Thanks for watching!
Canino’s Artistic Café
Beautiful and touching, Sherry.ReplyDelete
Wow, I think this can demensional painting and that stencil could make a cool dream catcher. I'm sure Stencil Girl has a dream catcher & feather stencils!ReplyDelete
Thanks so very much Ceciila ❤️❤️❤️ReplyDelete
Thanks Beth and you know you are so right it would make a Fabulous dream catcher and Cecilia Swatton a Stencil Girl Artist has created some wonderful feather stencils. You can find them by searching under her name on their website ❤️❤️❤️ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Anna ❤️❤️❤️Delete