Spring is coming! Let the flowers bloom -- if not yet outdoors in the garden, then indoors in the art journal!
Today's post features Nosegay, a 9" x 12" stencil, which I used on two papers, one a white-painted page from an old encyclopedia, and another a paper dyed with watered-down leftover paints.
In printing both papers, I used the quick and easy approach of loading a sponge brayer with heavy-bodied acrylic paint.
Below is an example showing the way I load the sponge brayer.
But this time, instead of running the brayer thru just one color, I ran it over several colors that I'd lined up on a disposable foam plate.
This is the way I got the multi-colored results shown above.
Similar results could be achieved using a Gelli Plate spread with a "rainbow" of acrylic colors.
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I'm happy to say that I've designed 70 stencils for StencilGirl. The multiple pages of my stencils start here. You'll find lots of flower stencils included!
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