Sunday, August 15, 2021

Today's post features artwork by other artists who have used some of my StencilGirl stencils and masks and who have graciously allowed me to post their work here.  Each and every artwork below is a powerhouse -- bold, beautiful and begging to be framed and hung on a wall.....

The bold message above is the work of artist Heather Thompson Lynn; her background was created with one of the one of my two mimosa-themed stencils.

Above:  Equally powerful is the artwork above, courtesy of artist Kathy Waldo, who used 9" x 12" Blooming Where Planted L449 for her background. There are a few potential ways to establish the oval that highlights the butterfly.  One is to cut out an oval shape from a separate paper and glue it over the background. Likewise the butterfly can be taken from a separate paper using a butterfly-shaped hole punch.

Artist Karen Pesch has used Abstract Composition Backbones Masks s864 - s867 in designing the two strong compositions below:

Above:  Karen's imaginative use of s7865 is off the charts, out of the ballpark, and praiseworthy in every other way!

Above:  More eye candy from the creative hands and mind of Karen Pesch.

Above:  Barbara McLawhorn has used several StencilGirl stencils and masks in developing the complex, bold image above.  Floating in her turbulent sky is a print made with my Artist Trading Card-sized stencil Hot Air Balloon that's included in 9" x 12"  ATC Mixup Swatton # 1.

Masks and stencils mentioned in today's post include:

And Abstract Composition Backbones Masks 1, 2, 3 and 4 look like this --






My wholehearted thanks to the artists who've let me post their artwork here!  And thank you to everyone stopping by here today!

To scroll thru the pages of my StencilGirl stencils and masks, please start here.


  1. Love Barbara's turbulent sky/landscape pix...are the houses stencil girl stencils too?

    1. Yes, Nancy. Valerie S. is also the designer of these gorgeous houses.

  2. Nancy, you will need to copy the above web address and paste it into your browser. Or, just go to and do a search: "houses." It will come right up. Valerie is a very gifted designer!