It’s Ronda here again. The photo was taking at CHA and the booth looked amazing with all the new stencils. I am standing in front of my wall of stencils & samples acting dorky as usual. Are you ready to see some more new stencils? They are already hitting the stores, both Brick & Morter and online. I have already shared:
- Fancy Feathers & Giraffe Print
- Climbing Vine & Moroccan Tiles
- Mix Tape, And So On, & Squiggles
- Sweet Home, Raindrops, and Switchback
- Abstract Leaves, Dots & Dashes, and Well Rounded
Today’s stencils include Captured (TCW 392), Hearts & Arrows (TCW 396), and Ceiling Tile (TCW 393).
Captured is a great mulit-use stencil. I love the individual shapes on this stencil. The picture frames can also be made to look like smart phones as well. Each of these images on the 12×12 stencil can fit neatly into Project Life Pages as well. Use the tiny shapes inside the frames as accents to any project.
Here’s a look at both sizes. Wouldn’t the camera make a great mini album cover?
On my Stars layout, i used both sizes of the frames. Some are watercolor images while Anthony’s photo was placed in the center one as my focal image. Around the edges i used light modeling paste for my stars as a great accent.
Hearts & Arrows is a great border stencil. With so many options to add to any of your projects. You can use them in a row or indvidual pieces. I could use this one on every creation.
On these two tags you see the 6×6 and 12×12 versions. The 6×6 is clear embossing paste and the 12×12 is black acrylic paint with modeling paste.
On my sweet layout, i used the 6×6 stencil both directly on the layout as well as on some deli paper. I love how these borders add so much to my page.
Ceiling Tile is a great intricate stencil. It reminds me of old abbeys with beautiful stained glass windows or victorian homes with those tin ceilings. I completely adore this stencil.
Of course it comes in both sizes and you can see how lovely it looks in color.
The Gift layout was lots of fun to create. I love the colors bursting through the back of the layout. The stencil image is actually the white acrylic paint. Doesn’t it look like stained glass?