Thursday, 3 November 2016

Rebcca Baer's final post : more stencil inspiration

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my final post as Rebecca Baer's DT member.
It was great time on this team and I really adore all delicious stencils I used.
So in this post I decided to show you all projects I made with Rebecca's stencils and not posted in her blog.
I made those projects for other design teams or just in case. I used Rebecca's stencils on all of those projects and most of them even have full tutorials  in my blog that I am going to link here.
 So please welcome those projects and get some final stencil inspiration.
The first one is a mini book with full tutorial and I used Marakesh Small stencil for the cover.
I know that not much is seen after the cover was embellished, but you still can feel the great dimension of this cover because of the stencil use.
 And here is a full tutorial link to this project:
http://iritshalom.blogspot.co.il/2016/07/memories-mini-album.html
I add one single photo with the stencil to show you here too.

 Here is a card that I made using Rebecca's Snow Flurries Small stencil as the background and it's also with a full tutorial here
http://iritshalom.blogspot.co.il/2016/09/to-my-cool-friend-card-tutorial.html


The next one is an art page made with two stencils and a full tutorial again here:
http://iritshalom.blogspot.co.il/2016/06/dare-to-dream-art-page-tutorial.html
I used Flights of Fancy Medium stencil on the left side and Dragonfly Fantasy Medium on the right side of this art page:

You can see the use of stencils on one of tutorial's photos:


And now for the puzzle art board made with one of my most favorite stencils- Mosaic Medium one.
Again, there is a full tutorial here for you to see.
http://iritshalom.blogspot.co.il/2016/04/game-queen-art-board-with-rubber-dance.html


And one of the tutorial's photos with the best ever stencil:



This Mixed Media card was already in print in Scrap N' Stamp arts print magazine and yes, Enchanted Vine  stencil is a star of this card.


So as you can see you can do whatever you want with those fantastic stencils: mini book covers, cards, altered art and actually the sky is a limit.
I want to thank Rebecca Baer for the lovely time on this team and for her best ever stencil I am going to use more and more in the future.
See you all  over the virtual land!

1 comment:

marie-christine denis said...

Beautiful projects Irit, I was very happy to be with you and others Ladies at Rebecca's team馃槉

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