Thursday, December 7, 2017

StencilClub Voices are wild for Bordelines

Are you ready to cross borderlines with our Voices for December? Carol Baxter here to introduce our fabulous Voices!

Tina Stanley, Natalie May, Cathy Gray, and Pat Newman surely set their stencils dancing with these intense projects! 

Photo Pocket Scrapbook Spread 

– Tina Lewis Stanley

I am guessing the art journey for many people is rooted in scrapbooking. It's obvious Tina has a lot of fun with her family and had a lot of fun with this spread! Her pages are authentic and exciting.

Blah Blah Blah – Art Journal Page – Natalie May

Natalie May says: "I am a Mark Maker from way back!  I LOVE creating different sorts of marks on all my projects and this stencil made it super easy for me to make some awesome marks in my Art Journal!"

"I have recently invested in a Dina Wakley Mixed Media Journal and I love the different pages that feature in the Journal – although the hessian pages kinda scare the life out of me! The face part of this stencil was the perfect solution! I traced around the edge and then cut out the shape – perfect! Using Heavy Gesso, I used the number portion and repeated it over the hessian before giving it a generous spray with Lindys Stamp Gang Flat Fabio Sprays.  On the next page, I used some fluro paint for my base, then used Distress Oxides and some of the other patterns to create layers. I finished it off with some stamping and a few words from American Crafts before adding some Gesso over the top for more dimension!"

"Best. Stencil. Ever!"

Mixed Media Art – Good Luck & Senses 

– Cathy Gray

Cathy shares exactly how she made these pages on her blog. She separated the large stencil for ease of use.

Art Journal Pages and Spreads – Pat Newman

Betimes the stencils on your work table resonate with your soul. That is what happened to Pat Newman. She couldn't stop. We are showcasing some of her stencil art here and more in an upcoming newsletter.

The image above is a section of Pat's painting and stenciling on 12x12 watercolor paper and then making a scan.

Pat says, "This was the beginning too what I think could be endless."

"The 3 sets of images below are two page spread in my art journal. I tried to speed the drying process with my heat gun and loved how the gold paint bubbled up from the heat, so I bubbled it all. Not sure you can tell by the scan."

Mixed Media Painting

Pat says, "I'm still not sure if this one is complete or not, I think I'd like to see some words or journaling added."

Pat says, "I loved the end result to this one and the interpretation is left up to the viewer."

Recognize Trish McKinney's Flowing Ribbon Swirls stencil, L556? Genius for hair.

Ready to watch Seth's Reveal?

There are so many possibilities with the December 2017 set for StencilClub!  

What will you do with Borderlines?

Happy stenciling,

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