New Stencil Alert: Mary Beth Shaw, Cecilia Swatton, Jennifer Evans, and Shel C are bringing you some stencil magic today!
Mary Beth's MB Makes Marks 4-Up
Small swooping swirls, rain-like dots, curved marks, and not quite linear lines will make the MB Makes Marks 4-Up Stencil one of your go-to faves.
Fire Cherries Mask by Cecilia Swatton
Cecilia Swatton designed Fire Cherries Mask to celebrate a glimpse of nature; from beds of
sensuously curved leaves, clustered berries reach for the sun. "My favorite approach with this mask is to develop
layered paintings using it in combination with Winter Berries
Mask L677 and/or Longwood Florals
Mask L675," Cecilia says.
Desert Sights ATC Mixup Stencil by Shel C
Shel C’s Desert Sights ATC Mixup Stencil was inspired by the beautiful shapes in the sights she sees around her desert home – great rock formations like the Coyote Buttes on the Arizona border, the gorgeous sandstone monoliths at Sedona, and the totem cactus, ocotillo, and blooming agave in her backyard.
Shel says, “Even the ovals shadows made by the river gravel of the landscaping are interesting! I just love to open my eyes up wide and see the beauty of Nature around me.”
|Shel's friend Peg Robinson made this ATC|
Circle of Flowers Stencil by Jennifer Evans
The Circle of Flowers Stencil by Jennifer Evans is a sweet
wreath you can paint as is with watercolors or acrylics. Use it for greeting
cards, tags, or bookplates. It makes a pretty focal point in an art journal.
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