The 5 minis were inspired by manhole designs while her 6 large stencils were also inspired by metal grates and Nathalie's love of patterns. These stencils are named after the streets in her "Hood".
Nathalie's Van Vorst Stencil features a sinuous pattern with a botanical flair, almost art nouveau in feel.
The Downtown Stencil features a beautiful and highly decorative quatrefoil pattern.
Nathalie made the cards above with her Valley Road, Central Ave, Star Struck and Flower Maze stencils.
Valley Rd features a happy floral and sunburst pattern to liven things up.
Central Ave features a concentric radial design with delicate details.
Star Struck ~ This stencil was inspired by Nathalie's love for patterns and features an op-art style that will have your eyes seeing stars. Add a bit of geometric magic to your mixed media projects and art journal pages with this stencil.
Flower Maze ~ This stencil was inspired by Nathalie's love for patterns and can be interpreted in so many ways. Maybe you see flowers or the winding pathways of a maze? How about the motion of spinning wheels or machinery? The choice is up to you!
The Broadway Stencil has an art deco feel to it and a bold circular pattern.
Elegant flowers and hearts are featured in the Park Blvd Stencil.
Bring the intriguing pattern with floral and fan elements of the Hamilton Stencil into your art.
The Grove Street Stencil features a fun, fresh, radial design.
Exchange Place features a beautiful and highly decorative quatrefoil pattern. Add an intricate background or unifying all-over motif to your mixed media projects and art journal pages with this stencil.
Add circular personality with the minis and backgrounds with the large stencils. Perfect for mixed media, art journaling, cards; indeed anything you put your creative effort into!
What will you create?
Wow I love these. Yay NathalieReplyDelete
Always love Natalie’s stencils. I need them All!ReplyDelete