I've very excited to announce that I have created a stencil design for StencilGirlProducts. I was thrilled when they asked me to create a line of stencils based on my botanical sketches and PODS, is the first one! And you can buy it right here!
I'll be playing a lot with my new stencil over the next few months. But my first experiences are here. Done with Tulip fabric spray paint from the craft store and Luminarte spray mists.
These are all on fabric (my fave 200 ct muslin).
I'm excited to sew something up with these!!
|from my sketchbook, the original design that became the PODS stencil|
I'm also trying my stencil with wood icing
(sort of like molding paste, but better.)
Here's a video of Mary Beth Shaw, founder/owner of StencilGirlProducts showing how to use a stencil with wood icing.
If you're a stencil lover like me, I do hope you'll purchase my PODS stencil and send me an email with your jpegs of what you've done with it. (subject line: Pods stencil) and I'll feature some of your work on an upcoming blog post.
|A series in the making! I'll be adding lots of layers of acrylic paint.|
Oh my oh my, you are *alreayd* doing wonderful things. I knew you would. I adore you, sweet Jane!!!ReplyDelete
Lovely stencil - I love your botanical drawings - the stencil is a great design!ReplyDelete
Je vous félicite pour vos pochoirs...ReplyDelete
Votre publication est pleine d'intérêt.
Gros bisous à vous.
Congratulations I'm so excited for you. I love stencils and this one is gorgeous! I can't wait to get my hands on it.ReplyDelete
This is a great stencil. I love what you have done with it. Thanks for sharing the wood icing video, this sounds like a wonderful product. Thanks for being such a great inspiration.ReplyDelete
How cool is that!!! I am now positive that you NEVER SLEEP!!ReplyDelete
Jane, the stencil is fabulous! Congratulations!!!ReplyDelete
OK, I confess, I am a pod-aholoic!ReplyDelete
That stencil is pretty cool!
You cranked out so many beautiful pieces with that one stencil! I love it.ReplyDelete
And thanks to the link about the wood icing. Looking forward to seeing what you do with the wood icing panels. I bought some from Mary Beth but haven't used it yet..
How exciting! These will be a wonderful and unique addition to the many stencils available-I so love the idea of using your sketches-love this one!! It almost gives a batik like feel to the fabric.ReplyDelete
what a great design. adding to my wish list. thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
that is a GREAT stencil, jane...bravo!ReplyDelete
Jane, I love the very natural feel of this stencil!! Can't wait to see your next creations!ReplyDelete