Hello! It’s Ronda here again to introduce you to two more of my new stencil line with The Crafter’s Workshop! Today I am sharing with you my Urban Landscape & Subway stencils. I’m a a traveler, a wanderer of this planet. I love discovering new places, journeying to new continents & countries, and I truly love being in the city.
Urban Landscape is a tribute to cities everywhere. This hand drawn stencils is a compendium of cities making it universal. With the shadow and the hand drawn details, Urban Landscape can be used in a variety of ways.
These tags were created with the 6×6 version. On the top you see the shadow in white spray paint, in the middle is a black shadow in black spray paint, and the bottom is combing the shadow and detail drawing. Here are a few more samples with Urban Landscape.
Wander is a 12×12 layout using both the shadow & detail drawing of the 12×12 stencil using spray inks. The title Wander was stitched after using the template to punch holes for the thread.
This art journal page was also made using the 12×12 Urban Landscape Stencil. On the background you can also see my previous released Kaleidoscope 6×6 Stencil.
This tag was created using the 12×12 Urban Landscape stencil along with the 6×6 Kaleidoscope stencil.
This piece is made using the 12×12 Urban Landscape stencil and watercolor crayons to create a cool watercolor look.
Subway also developed from my wanderings but also for my need for a shall we say manly/boyish stencil. I love that it can be multi-functional, travel, life in the city, transportation, or just a cool background.
This layout uses the 12×12 Subway stencil. I sponged paint through this stencil to create this engineer like background as a nod to my Rocket Scientist husband.
This art journal page uses the 12×12 stencil adding in colorful details that pop on the page. You can also see the gessoed 12×12 Kaleidoscope stencil peeking thru the background.
I am very excited to share these stencils with you. I cannot wait to see what you create using them.