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Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Stencil Time for Country View Crafts

Good morning and happy Wednesday. It's the first of the month which always means that it's time for a new challenge at Country View Crafts. My lovely teamie Gabrielle has chosen stencils for this months theme, which is something I really enjoy using.



For this challenge, I thought I would make a master board, which is something I haven't done in ages.

I started with a piece of A3 and gessoed in black, and then white. Then I brayered on some colour. I've used acrylic paints from ranges by  Dina Wakley, DecoArt Media,  and Amsterdam.

Then I added some stencilling with Dylusion stencils and white acrylic.

For a bit of contrast, I added some black stencilling, and it was all done. Now the scary bit, time to chop it up!

I've used a hexagon die and the Tim Holtz Detailed Butterflies dies.

For the background, I used a circle stencil for some reverse 
stencilling with Distress Inks.

The sentiment is from my favourite Tim Holtz Celebration Words.

If you pop back later in the month, you'll see what I did with the rest of the board!

Now over to you, please join in with our fun challenge, and show us your stencils.

Have a wonderful month, and thanks very much for looking x









13 comments:

  1. A great masterboard Sue..it made such pretty elements. Your card is gorgeous. Happy November! xxx

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  2. you'll see what I did with the rest of the board!


    thai porn

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  3. You created a fantastic stencilled paper for your die-cuts and I love your stencilled background too!!! xx

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  4. Absolutely love this - gorgeous colours and wonderful use of the die-cuts.
    Alison x

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  5. Love this design, Sue and the masterboard too!

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  6. so beautiful! I love your masterboard and the colors. The die cut hexagons look great.
    Evelyn x

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  7. Οh Sue! What a beauty!!!!!

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  8. A great piece Sue. Lovely balance. Bet that you are currently turning orange aren't you! Xx 😎

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  9. Absolutely beautiful card Sue and your stencilled masterboard is stunning, so much texture and colour on there. The die cut elements look so striking against the paler background too.
    Fliss xx

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  10. I love the way you created the master board with the paints and stencils for the die cuts - beautiful! Wishing you a Happy November! J 😊

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  11. Wow gorgeous colours, love your background piece you created and lovely cut out elements too. Beautiful. Tracy x

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Thank you so much for your comments x