Saturday, February 10, 2018
Another Fun Way to Use Prints made with Stencils
I created today's project with free-hand cut-outs, but if you want, you can trace shapes using the 9" x 12" stencil Kunst Puppen Set A, by Andrew Borloz --
-- to make "paper doll collages" cut from a stash of stencil-printed papers:
The hat on the left figure is cut from a print made with Ornamental Iron Curls (6" x 6"). Her lavender blouse comes from a print created with Pavilion Shadows (6" x 6".) Her skirt is cut from a print made with 9" x 12" Mimosa Stencil.
The middle figure wears a hat and blouse cut from two prints made using my 6" x 6" stencil Medallion. Ornamental Iron Curls (6" x 6") made the print that was used to form her skirt.
On the far right, the figure head and hat were cut from a print made with Kaleid (6" x 6") stencil. Her blouse was cut from a print made with two 9" x 12" stencils -- Facets and Mimosa Stencil. Her skirt came from a print created with Mimosa Stencil (9" x 12") and Sprigs (6" x 6".)
I encourage anyone with a pile of stencil-printed papers to give this a try -- it's fun!
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