Below are four papers printed with 6" x 6" Looking Up Through Trees Small....
... and this brand-new mask itself looks like this:
|6" x 6" Looking Up Through Trees Small|
That series of four printed papers went to work in several ways.
Above left: one print has been cut into strips. Above right: Some of the strips are cut down even further and are being auditioned as collage pieces, as embellishments atop other papers printed with other stencils and masks.
Above: The audition continues as more pieces are added. Below: In this close-up, the other prints become recognizable. The three-quarters orange and blue paper, as well as the two pieces of red and brown paper along the top, were all printed with the companion mask, 9" x 12" Looking Up Through Trees Large. And the vertical purple paper along the right border was printed with 9" x 12" Clustered Leaves.
|9" x 12" Looking Up Through Trees Large|
|9" x 12" Clustered Leaves|
Yet another piece of paper from this series ....
.... was used to create two parts of the greeting card cover above. The 6" x 6" piece became a background in a size corresponding to the blank greeting card. A purple painted tag was added with a gluestick. My last step was to use a hole punch to cut out a butterfly and add it as the final touch with the gluestick. I use Pioneer Embellishment Gluestick, which I like for its permanency as well as its ability, as a dry adhesive, to avoid wrinkling papers.
What would you do with a series of stencil- or mask-printed papers?
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