Can't stop playing is the action in the studios of this month's StencilClub Voices! We painted, art journaled, and carded our way with Rosie O, the set Desiree Habicht created exclusively for StencilClub. I can't wait for you to see what Pamela, Kim, and Peg made!
Pamela Levingston's Art Journal
Pam writes: "These stencils are a great match for watercolors!"
"I just couldn't stop playing so I created a second project in my journal. The stencils paired up well with a napkin I had. On June 9th and 10th you can discover posts about these two projects on my blog."
Kim Ross' Art Journal
Kim writes, "We had rain the day I decided to stay indoors and played with Desiree Habicht’s June StencilClub set. Rosie O is a terrific collection, and I put it through some serious testing, using everything from molding paste to paint markers to jelly pen."
"For this page spread, the last of my first art journal, I used Desiree’s stencils with my favorite color palette, markers and pens. It was a fun way to spend a rainy day and I can’t wait to experiment further with these pretty flower and swirly sunny shapes. Thanks, Desiree, for June’s excellent stencils!"
Peg Robinson's Paintings
If you'd like to see how Peg created this artwork, you can check out her video.
Carol Baxter's Watercolor CardsI must repeat, our StencilClub Voices brought their a-games. Pamela and Peg even found the time to blog! They certainly inspire me.
Pamela was right, these stencils do lend themselves to watercolors. I have a big box of ephemera and I wanted to see if I could find pieces, in my mind anyway, that matched up with Desiree's Rosie O set.
I think I am "on the beam" with this vintage looking birthday card.
I am squawking happily over the parrot card. Watercolors are fun!
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