There are a couple of seats left in my class at The Ink Pad here in NYC on Sunday! Check out this 15-second video about the class:
Watch this 15-second video and then join me on Sunday (March 29) for my #JunqueJournal class @theinkpadnyc -- If you like the idea, but you can't come to class, check out the online version in my website (www.balzerdesigns.com). The in-person and online versions are different. (I don't like to duplicate content.). Most notably, they use two totally different binding methods. 👍 #artjournal
If you can't see the video, click here.
Hello and happy Thursday! Another stencil technique coming your way today. I made this scrapbook page...
...using my Snow Branch stencil and a Gelli Plate and I wanted to show you how very easy it is to do!
Let's take a peek at the page details first:
The "You Are Here" tag was created with my US Map stencil. It has the compass and the words "You Are Here" along with the map.
Are you ready for the easy-peasey background technique?
Here are some of the papers from the video:
Stenciling doesn't always have to be bold and dominating. I really like the softer look of the second technique. Here's a scrapbook page I put together with the second background I made in the video:
If you'd like to win the Snow Branch and Geo Explosion stencils, leave an answer to the following question is the comments section of this blog post:
What is your most beloved and used stencil and why? (It's 100% okay if it's not one of mine.)
Please note that comments left on Facebook or sent in via e-mail will not be entered to win. You have until Sunday, March 29 at 11:59pm EST to leave a comment on this post and be entered to win!
Thanks for stopping by!