Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Kirsten Varga - July 2022 StencilClub Stencils

Houses are a recurring symbol in my personal art so I was thrilled to see what Carolyn Dube designed for the July 2022 StencilClub by StencilGirl®.

This set is called Art House and can be layered together or used separately in a plethora of ways to build your own neighborhood of artsy houses and family-themed artwork.

The neighborhood I built lives in a Flag Book with rolling hills. The accordion spine is created by gluing folded papers together so I could cut the edges to look like hills and still retain the "accordion" structure.

Check out the video below to see how I created this book! It has lots of color, techniques, and layers!

Join StencilClub by July 15 to receive these exclusive stencils and accompanying video tutorial with PDF (both downloadable!), and 20% OFF STENCILS EVERY DAY!!

Happy Creating!

Find me on Instagram: @kirstenvarga

Stencils used:

Watercolor paper Kraft cardstock Old dictionary pages Chipboard Posca paint pens Golden® acrylic paint Distress Oxide® sprays Distress mica spray Paper trimmer Ruler Bone folder Scissors Extra strength glue stick Binder clips DoubleTack adhesive by Grafix® Tiny attacher by Tim Holtz®


  1. Thanks. Great project for these stencils. Did you glue dictionary pages to card before making the spine?

    1. I glued dictionary pages to card for some of the houses but the spine is just decorated with the stencil designs.

  2. Thanks for the creative and delightful project, Kristin! Thanks for the charming stencils, Carolyn!

  3. What a stunning neighborhood you've made Kirsten! Absolutely love your book!

  4. You created something amazing ‼ I hope my houses get delivered today. I'm 😔 if you could share a link for the grafix you used?


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