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Sunday, March 10, 2019

{Stencil Sunday} Terri Creates Wall Art and A Gelli Plate Print


Welcome to our Stencil Sunday reboot! On the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Sunday of the month, the STAMPgirls will be sharing with you their projects that show off how to creatively use ARTplorations stencils.

Kicking off this fantastic feature is STAMPgirl Terri with two gorgeous non-card makes. And each month, we'll be picking one winner of a $15 gift code -- the winner will be drawn from all comments left on the Stencil Sunday posts for the month, as well as from the designers' blogs.

  

So here's Terri with her projects:

For my first project, I created a piece of wall art.



I used the Bloomdala Bliss #9 mask to create the base layer of my project, using 3 colours of distress oxide inks.



I like to use masks to create pieces to fussy cut. The sentiment was created by drawing around the Inspire mask and colouring it with spray inks. The doodles in black fine liner add contrast to the soft stencilled images.




My second project is a Gelli plate print that I've added stencilled details to.



Using stencils with a gelli plate is a great way to add layers to your design. I also use stencils over the top of my prints to add even more depth to the design.



For the hearts on the lady's top I used the Hearts All Over mini stencil twice, first in pink and then in a beige but slightly off set, this created a drop shadow effect. I also added white highlights to the hearts to bring them to life.



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Lovely art pieces and wonderful use of stencils, don't you think? If you want a chance to win a $15 gift code to the STAMPlorations store, leave a comment here and on Terri's blog by April 5. We'll announce the winner in the March winners post on April 10.

Did you enjoy today's featured post? Stencil Sunday will be back next week with 4 projects from STAMPgirl Nancy!




22 comments:

  1. Oh what beautiful and super cool pieces. Gorgeous images and layers of elements.

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  2. I like how you made the Inspire sentiment
    on your wall art, as well as the pretty stenciled
    background. I love the soft background on the gelli plate piece.

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  3. Both are fabulous. Love the colors. I have never used a gelli plate before.

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  4. Absolutely beautiful! I love these colours together (first project) and I enjoy the inspiration to use my stencils! Thank you! Looking forward to seeing more of this Stencil Sunday feature!

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  5. Both pieces are gorgeous. The texture, the colors.....they work so well together. Love how you used multiple stencils.

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  7. Wow!! That is an amazing piece of wall art.....the Gelli plate print is super cool as well!

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  8. I loved your creative ways to use stencils on your wall art and Gelli plate print, Terri! I am so pleased Shery brought Stencil Sunday back:-) Hugs..Nancy

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  9. I love the composition and beautiful colours of your wall art and the stencils look fabulous....Thank you for the inspiration x

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  10. Oh my oh my love it - I am trying to use my stencils more - thank you for the inspiration - I have a Gelly Plate - need to get that out!! TFS

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  11. wonderful. love the heart color idea. fabulous

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  12. Wow, both the creations look great. The gelli plate idea is too cool.

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  13. Haven't ever tried a gelli plate, and I don't use my stencils nearly often enough, so this is really inspiring. Love the gorgeous wall art piece with the subtle colors!

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  14. How beautiful!! I love that heart die; it might have to go on my wish list.

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  15. Oh, these are gorgeous. I like the little panels on your wall art piece. I really like this stencil. Hugz

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  16. BEAUTIFUL!
    LOVE and feel INSPIRED, especially by your GORGEOUS wall art - WOW!

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  17. Gorgeous projects! And I just adore the wall print - who wouldn't love admiring that every day?!

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  18. Love the wall art! This is a great stencil to work with.

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