Wednesday, November 18, 2020

 As today's guest on StencilGirl Talk, I'm giving step-by step directions to detail my process in developing the artwork I'm posting here.

In my own blog post for today, I want to supplement today's StencilGirl Talk with a supply list:

(1.)  Two each of these stencils -- Mimosa Stencil (9" x 12") ...

... and Mimosa 6 Stencil (6" x 6") ...

(2.) scissors with short, extra-sharp blades

(3.) paper towels or a soft cloth

(4.) dimensional media such as coarse pumice gel, glass bead gel, light molding paste, etc.

(5.) iridescent beads

(6.) a stretched canvas, canvas board or any sturdy substrate

(7.) plastic or metal artist's spatula

(8.) blue, aqua and "metallic" gold acrylic paint and paintbrush

(9.) a water mister bottle

(10.) water in a basin sized to hold 9" x 12" stencils or masks

These supplies are included in today's write-up at StencilGirl Talk but I'm listing them separately here, for the sake of easier advance preparation.

Below:  the finished artwork.

Thank you for visiting my blog today!  I hope you've enjoyed the project detailed in today's StencilGirl Talk!  And I hope you'll follow this blog by taking that option in the upper right sidebar.  My upcoming posts will continue with art samples and artwork-developing ideas to feature my just-released 6" x 6" Garden at Nemours Stencil (S844).

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