It’s Ronda here again. Are you ready to see some more new stencils? They are already hitting the stores, both Brick & Morter and online. You may even have them in your hands already. I hope you enjoy creating with all 19 of my stencils. Today i am sharing the last 3 of the 19, Twas the Night, Baubles, & Spinning tops.
Twas the Night is a great holiday stencil but can also be use throughout the year for many different projects. This stencil, like Captured, is also great for Project Life, a December Art Journal, or Holiday Album. Most of the shapes on the 12×12 stencil are 4×6.
It’s completely adorable in both sizes. The smaller 6×6 would look great on tags for presents, as accents on a page or tag, home decor, etc. Same goes for the 12×12 size.
I don’t do a weekly Project Life album but i love the way the pages look in my regular albums, especially when i have multiple photos i want to use. I love the way this stencil looks patterned paper. I layered it with the 6×6 stencil too.
Baubles is a great larger baclground stencil. I love the open spaces to create layers using paint, stamps, another stencil, etc. Turn it on it’s side for a different look too!
I really love this stencil in both sizes. On the left i used distress paints with the 6×6 stencil. On the right i used the 12×12 stencil with distress inks.
i used the 12×12 stencil to trace and cut out the white piece on this layout. I then painted some colorful pieces to fill in behind the cut out as well as patterened paper. I am super excited how this layout turned out.
Spinning Tops is a great background stencil that can add that special touch to any project. Did you notice that it’s the reverse of Squiggles? They look so different, yet now you can probably see the pattern in each.
The spinning tops looks great in both sizes. On the left, I painted the tag white and then used distress inks over the top. On the right tag i used Ferro Special Effect Paste through my 12×12 stencil and then used Dylusions spray ink to add color.
Grown uses both the 12×12 and 6×6 stencil. I used a white paint resist with the 12×12 stencil on the background and then layered on colors. After it dried i added modeling paste through the 6×6 stencil. Did you also notice the Captured stencil & Well Rounded stencil on this layout?
So there you have it, all 19 stencils. Do you have one (or two) that must be in your stash? Well i am giving away two sets of 6×6 Baubles & Spinning Tops today on my blog. So head on over there to see how you can win these two stencils!