My recently-released ATC Mixup 1 and ATC Mixup 2 (each 9" x 12" and each containing 9 stencils, some with bonus masks) included (in ATC Mixup 2) a design titled Ginkgo. Inspired by my original 6"X 6" Ginkgo stencil --
|6"X 6" Ginkgo stencil
-- yet different in its size and in its composition, the ATC version has found its way into many of my recent art adventures....
|Printed with brown acrylic paint on Chinese Joss Paper
|Printed with red heavy-body acrylic paint on glossy black cardstock
|Printed with acrylic paint on multi-color metallic giftwrap
|Printed with red and gold metallic acrylic paints on black cardstock that I'd first brayered with metallic silver acrylic paint
|Printed with gold metallic acrylic paint on black cardstock that I'd first brayered with metallic silver acrylic paint
|Printed with red heavy-body acrylic paint on glossy black cardstock; then I outlined the shapes with glitter glue from Ranger Industries.
|Printed with red heavy-body acrylic paint on glossy black cardstock; then, working thru the stencil, I added glass gel medium.
Soon I'll be using my original 6"X 6" Ginkgo stencil with the ATC Ginkgo stencil. It'll be fun to see their prints mingling in an art project!
Meanwhile, today's post finishes with my sharing a creative, clever way the 6" x 6" original was used by encaustic artist Linda Robertson.
Click on Linda's name above to see this artwork ... and notice that she also used another two StencilGirl stencils -- Lizzie Mayne's Tribal Hand and Terri Stegmiller's Waves 6.
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