Hello Stencil Lovers!
Carol Baxter here and I must say:
You are in for a joyful use of color and technique from our StencilClub Voices this month, Christine Slay, Jill McDowell, and Frieda Oxenham!
Shine by Christine Slay
"Shine" was inspired by the desert Southwest were Christine lives and Animism which is the religious belief that objects, places, and creatures all possess a distinct spiritual essence. The mixed media canvas has a melted wax base with acrylics and watercolor layered stencils and paper collage on top of stamped tissue paper.
A Donkey's Tale, a flip card by Jill McDowell
We are Light by Frieda Oxenham
Frieda's art journal spread was painted in an A4 journal and the saying she placed is Mayan.
Altered File Folders by Jill McDowell
Jill wanted something bright and cheery on her desk so she stenciled her own file folders.
Folding Card by Carol Baxter
The rainbow palette Jill, Christine, and Frieda used made me want to infuse a card with color using the Maya Love stencils. I always seem to run out of room when I am writing to a friend, so I made this card with extra room!
Thank for allowing us to inspire you! (I know, you are still mesmerized by the art flip video. I sure am.)
We all look forward to seeing what you make with Jessica Sporn's Maya Love set, exclusively available to StencilClub members. See Jessica's inspiration HERE. Join the club HERE.