Welcome back, crafty souls! This is Rachel Kleinman here to share some fun and easy home decor ideas using The Crafter’s Workshop stencils, paint, and a gelatin plate!
This Halloweeny image above is my favorite one, and it was created with just one stencil: Sugar Skull! I added a few paint drops of each color in pink, lime green, yellow, and light blue on top of a gelatin printing plate. Then I carefully used a brayer to spread the paint, but not mix the colors. I laid the Sugar Skull bit on top of the paint and place black cardstock on top. The result is completely Frame-Worthy! Especially for this time of year!
Same as above, but switching out different paint colors. I especially love the look on black cardstock rather than the traditional white paper or deli paper.
It’s fun to switch the paper element to achieve completely different results. Here I used a torn page from an old book. I mixed a variety of The Crafter’s Workshop stencils, with Stone Rings being the focus, and did multiple prints on top of each other.
Another mix of multiple stencils to create a layered print. The gold paint through the stencils on a black cardstock is beautiful!
The set of 4 ‘mini’ monoprints actually use the same combination of stencils: Scribbled Rose, Geodesic, Daisy Window, and Repeating Pods. Changing paint colors and the alignment of the stencil makes all the difference!
Thanks for browsing my newest monoprints! I will put them all in a frame and display them over our fireplace 🙂 Easy works of art!
The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team Member
The Crafter’s Workshop Certified Educator
TCW 2053 – Sugar Skull
TCW 2056 – Scribbled Rose
TCW 2078 – Daisy Window
TCW 510s – Geodesic
TCW 553s – Stone Rings
TCW 547s – Repeating Pods
3 thoughts on “Monoprint Home Decor with Rachel Kleinman”
Awesome rachel…. love the stencils you used too.