Hi Stencil Lovers!
Janet here to show you what
I've been doing recently!
This month is the anniversary of my Daily Art Journal and
I am starting on Book Number 35!
I used Seth Apter's December 2017 StencilClub Kit, Borderlines often this month.
But also used the November 2015 StencilClub Kit,
6 x 6 Write Your Own Story stencil.
Love That Stencil!
Here is the 4 x 4 stencil repeated over and over.
Hello 6 x 6 stencil...
There is such a variety of textures and elements on the 9 x 12 in the set.
Here is the profile, the number 1 and the dot texture...
Along with Planner Winter Symbols 6 and the Curlicue Wide Borders.
And lots of doodling and coloring.
I repeated another of the design elements to look like bricks here.
I combined lots of the elements as well as the 6 x 6 numbers stencil
from the December 2015 StencilClub kit and some Curlicue Florals.
The faces were a lot of fun using Seth's face profile from the
9x12 StencilClub stencil in this month's kit.
And elsewhere in my studio...
It's #CarveDecember and I was inspired to use some
stencil designs to carve my own rubberstamps.
I used one of the snowflakes from the Winter Symbols 6 stencil
and the 4x4 stencil from the August 2017 StencilClub kit.
And plenty of stencils have been used in my planner these last several weeks...
The snowflakes from the Winter Symbols 6 stencil, along with the stamp I cut,
stickers, washi tape, and other stamps.
This week I used the Planner Words 6 stencil, Classic Stencil Font Alphabet,
That perfect little airplane is from the 6x6 stencil in the
Also used is the scallop repeat design from the
Here are the Planner Words 6 numbers and the Curlicue Florals stencil.
Here's to hoping you all have a Merry Christmas,
Happy Holidays and a safe, happy and healthy New Year!
See you next month!
What a prolific artist! Thanks for the inspiration, Janet!ReplyDelete
Janet - I am ALWAYS inspired by your work but particularly taken with your gorgeous faces this weekReplyDelete
Janet, I love how you used Seth's face profile stencil. Did you free hand the other side of the face and add the lips, eyes, etc? suzschultz23(at)aol(dot)comReplyDelete
I am wild about all these pages!ReplyDelete