Thursday, October 8, 2020

Thirteen stencils from 4 designers; You'll want them all!

Just imagine the possibilities!

A little love, a little vintage... strong women, and a starlit path. Yeah, you want fresh, artistic stencils, and StencilGirl designers Cecilia Swatton, Jennifer Evans, Andrea Matus deMeng, Kathryn Costa, came through splendidly!

Cecilia Swatton's LOVE Stencil is up first. This small 6" x 6" stencil is in your face yet made delicate with a sweet posy.

Cecilia had a good time creating in different styles and is sure you will too!


Bees are little task-masters and signify organization, process, structure, community, and pollination. It's Jennifer's new mascot and thus inspired her the create this small 4" x 4" Vintage Bee Stencil.

Jennifer wanted to experiment with letters and numbers from old ledgers from 1916 through 1921. She loves using vintage papers in collage as a layer in her artwork. 

Jennifer writes, "The historical nature of letterpress or financial ledgers is a unique element. If I'm lucky enough to have something handwritten, I feel that's a bonus -- to honor the hand of someone's everyday communication and make it special. I also find it mindboggling with these ledgers that the script was written 100 years ago. 100 years! In one of the stencils, the Grocery Store list, I was interested in learning the variety of items customers would put on their running account: coffee, eggs, sugar, bacon, soap, flour, wire, socks, and fruit (the original ledger also included things like fuses, fish, powder, and shoes). By enlarging the penmanship and overlapping numbers and words, I created these stencils that give a nod to the past. I think they can be utilized as great texture and line work in any art, but specifically for fine art, the Vintage Ledger Script Large 9"x12" lends a renaissance feel."

The Vintage Ledger Script Stencil is available in 2 sizes: Large 9" x 12" L814 and a small 6" x 6" S827. Note that the text is a bit different on each one.


Vintage Numbers is a 6" x 6" stencil.

Vintage General Store List is a 6" x 6" stencil.


Andrea Matus deMeng designed the Selene Stencil, an elegant woman in her Many Faces Series. Selene is available in 2 sizes: a 6" x 6" small S813 and a 9" x 12" large L806.

Other stencil used: French Lace

Other stencil used: French Lace

Reminiscent of an Art Nouveau Era woman, Andrea Matus deMeng's Jocelyn Stencil is available in 2 sizes: a mini 4" x 4" M317 and a small 6" x 6" S810.

Flower Through the Flame is a small 6" x 6" stencil. Use this regal blossom alone or to enhance a portrait.


The Zodiac Chart Stencil by Kathryn Costa includes an astrological wheel and the symbols for the 12 zodiac signs. The wheel is a generous 8-inch circle with space for adding notes and your creative flair to your astrological charts.

The 12 zodiac symbols (also known as glyphs) include Aries, Gemini, Taurus, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, and Pisces.

Use this stencil to make astrology wheels, birth charts (also called natal charts, horoscope charts), in art journals, and mixed media. This stencil makes studying astrology fun. Explore the various relationships of the zodiac signs making charts for each of the four elements (fire, earth, air, and water), the qualities (cardinal, fixed, mutable), polarities, and more!

There is a reference sheet you can download that provides quick facts about each of the zodiac signs, celestial bodies, and ruling planets. Download:

The Zodiac Chart (L816) and Celestial Bodies aka Planets (S813) Stencils are perfectly paired.

The Celestial Bodies Stencil by Kathryn includes the luminaries and planets in astrology. This stencil includes the symbols (also known as glyphs) for the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Earth, and Chiron.

Use these stencils in art journaling, mixed media, and more. It’s a fun tool for exploring the ancient study of astrology and exploring your horoscope.

Head over to for all the latest stencils designed by Cecilia Swatton, Jennifer Evans, Andrea Matus deMeng, and Kathryn Costa.

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