I've cut simple shapes from papers printed with acrylic paints and a variety of stencils, then glued them to blank greeting cards to create collages --
The Christmas trees above were cut from a thick gold foil printed with several layered paint applications using my 9"X 12" Mimosa stencil and another favorite of mine, Feathers and Lattice by Daniella Woolf.
Above: My 9" x 12" stencil Swatton Borders #1 was used to create the base of this candle.
Above: My 9" x 12" stencil Vintage Script was used to create this candle.
|Above: My 9" x 12" stencil Swatton Borders #1 was used to create the base of this candle.|
|Above: My 4" x 4" stencil Fern Fronds Silhouette Mini was used to create this column candle.|
The two parts of each flame can be cut out by hand, as I did, or they can be created by tracing inside the openings of stencils like Cornish Petals Stencil Large by Lizzie Mayne and/or Cascading Feathers Stencil by Jessica Sporn.
Swatton Borders #1 in its entirety looks like this --
-- and it is one of three 9" x 12" borders stencils that I've designed.
Vintage Script stencil (also 9" x 12") looks like this in its entirety:
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