Thursday, January 5, 2023

Megaphones and other Stencil-Print Goodies

Recently I've been saving empty paper towel rolls and wrapping them in stencil prints -- to make "megaphones" for my one-year-old grandson.  These "megaphones" could also be "telescopes"  but that idea hasn't yet come down the pike.

Here he inspects a megaphone wrapped in a print that was made using 9" x 12" Prayer Flags L371.  This gelatin plate print was gifted to me.

Here he puts his megaphone to use!

Two other megaphones, ready for play:

Left megaphone:  wrapped in a print made with 6" x 6" Dance of the Courting Cranes s394.  Right megaphone:  wrapped in a print made using 6" x 6" Trivet C s168.

Among many other stencils from, Karen P. Johnson has used 9" x 12" Prayer Flags L371 and 9" x 12" Vintage Script L267 in this post from StencilGirl Talk Blog. Karen is an artist as well as a fellow stencil designer at

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