You are sure to create artistic delights with these oh-so-intricate, decorative, nature-inspired stencils designed by Margaret Peot.
Tiny scenes of animals, flowers, trees, and berries are snuggled together in the Floral Circle Frames Stencil. Gorgeous as an over-all background or mask off and stencil the frames individually to use as tags or ornaments.
Margaret foiled the frames and cut out the centers in the example above. The frames could also be used to draw attention to mini paintings, photos, or pressed flowers.
A stencil for all seasons, Floral Heart could be used to make a pretty tea towel for a Mother’s Day gift, a color-coordinated decoration for a wedding guest book, or a true love's Valentine. Inside this 9" x 12" floral heart stencil are two of everything: two hearts, pairs of birds, two mice, two owls, a nest with two eggs, plus berries, flowers, leaves, and vines. The inspiration for this heart stencil was artwork Margaret made as a gift for a b’nah mitzvah for fraternal twins, a boy and a girl, children of close friends.
"I grew up near a pond, surrounded by reeds and ferns and flowers," Margaret says. "It was always a thrill when a wild duck would nest in the grasses and bring her babies onto the pond in the spring."
Duck Nesting features flowers and ferns disguising a nesting duck and a hovering dragonfly. "This swirling stencil design can be used as a mirror-repeat for a border, or as the beginning of a narrative for an art journal page," Margaret says.
Tall straight flowers and ferns make a pretty meadow border. Use this versatile Tall Flowers Stencil for spring stationery, a border on fabric, or radiate the straight flowers from a central point to make a floral mandala.
Discover the natural wonder of all of the stencils Margaret has designed for StencilGirl®.
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