Summer 2013: Climbing Vine & Moroccan Tiles

Ronda Palazzari Climbing Vine TCW 391

Hello, it’s Ronda here to introduce you to some of my NEW STENCIL RELEASES!  Over the next few months I will be sharing with you my 19 new designs with The Crafter’s Workshop!  Last week I shared with you Fancy Feathers & Giraffe Print.  I have two more wonderful stencils to share with you today, Climbing Vine (TCW 391) & Moroccan Tiles (TCW 385).    I love a walk in the garden, especially when you see vines growing up the trellis or the sides of old cottages.  There is something so magical about these special places.  My Climbing Vine stencil is reminiscent  of those beautiful green spaces, bringing a bit of magic to your creations.

Ronda Palazzari Climbing Vine stencil

This pretty little climbing vine mask comes in both 12×12 and 6×6.  Here are few samples using both sizes.

Ronda Palazzari Sunshine Climbing Vine StencilRonda Palazzari Sunshine details

I started with black cardstock and added layers of gesso and distress paint over this mask.  I love how those black leaves really pop with all the color.

Ronda Palazzari Uncertainty art Journal page

On this art journal page I gelatos for that pop of color and then a light layer of gesso over the mask.  Once the vine had subtle coverage, I outline it using a stabilo marking pencil to make them pop a bit more.

Ronda Palazzari The Artist TagRonda Palazzari The Artist Tag details 3

On this tag, I first colored the background with spray inks.  Then layered more colors over the mask creating a stellar back drop for this tag.

Ronda Palazzari Moroccan Tiles TCW 385

This stencil is called Moroccan Tiles.  It was inspired by my travels in the Middle East.  There are so many wonderful designs that tend to show up in buildings and in tiles.  I am fascinated by the repeating patterns.  I’ve included 9 “tiles” on this stencil that make for beautiful backgrounds.

Ronda Palazzari Moroccan Tiles stencil

It looks great in both the 12×12 and 6×6 sizes.  The petite patterns are so darn cute.  The larger tiles on the 12×12 can be used as is or you can repeated patterns for a cool new look.  Here are a few examples using this inspired stencil.

Ronda Palazzari The art of livingRonda Palazzari The art of living details

On this layout I used the same technique as last week using light modeling paste, a transparency, and three “tiles” from the Moroccan Tiles stencil.  I love the tone on tone looks that is reflective of the area.  It’s a nice subtle design for this layout.

Ronda Palazzari Shine Card

But don’t be fooled, for this Moroccan Tiles stencil also knows how to shine!  This 6×6 card was created using distress inks in a variety of colors. I repeated the same colors on a second sheet and randomly popped up some of the elements.

Stay tuned as I will be sharing my new stencils here each Wednesday.  I cannot wait for you to see them all!

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5 thoughts on “Summer 2013: Climbing Vine & Moroccan Tiles

  1. I love the idea of multiple tile designs in one stencil!!!! This one is in my cart for sure. The Qatar page is stunning- incredibly inspiring!

  2. Just purchased the Moroccan tiles and doily stencils, love them. Plan on using them for Ramadan cards. Thanks for the inspiration!!

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