Thursday, April 18, 2013

StencilGirl Stencil Test Drive.....Flying Tulips by Jessica Sporn





Welcome to another StencilGirl Test Drive 
featuring the Flying Tulips Stencil by Jessica Sporn.



I started this spread in my art journal while I was doing the test drive for the Window and Doors Stencil a few weeks back.  I had cleaned my stencil off on these two pages and that is where it began. She has no words yet because I haven't figured out what she is saying yet....

I painted in her hair in orange color and then in my never ending need to use up some old stash pulled out this dreamweaver embossing paste. I don't even know if they still make this stuff. It was still perfect in the bottle after a long long time. This is where her hair got texture from.

I still have one more page in my journal where I had cleaned off this stencil before--wonder what that might turn into :)

In case you missed my Windows and Doors Test Drive where I used this stencil in the background, here is a look at that too.
Now it is time to continue on the Test Drive and see what others did with this stencil:


11 comments :

  1. She's amazing! Love how you created all that texture in her hair. Thank you so much for driving the stencil - your creations are always gorgeous and so creative! xo

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  2. We should all have flowing locks like that and ruby red lips. She is gorgeous and she glows! Wonderful use of Jessica's stencil to give her textured locks. xox

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  3. Well, I know what she's saying.. she's saying "damn, I look good". Really, Maria.. this is beautiful.

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  4. With tulips in her hair.......love that!

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  5. She is gorgeous Maria!!! Love the textured hair. I had to giggle- I also still have stencil paste which is good after all these years :) Don't know either if they still make this product.

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  6. Wow, Maria, that is an awesome spread! Love how you've used the stencil so differently each time. GORGEOUS!

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  7. This is what she is saying "Sometimes I wonder why I feel so all alone, why I'm a stranger in my own life?" it is from a Sheryl Crow song.

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  8. I love the texture you've created with the stencil! (I also think it's great that you "clean off" your stencils on journal pages... What a great starting point for future art!)

    xo
    Kristin

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  9. Wow!!! Fabulous pages!!! Love how you did the hair!!

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  10. Love the flowing hair! Glad the embossing paste worked, it makes a great texture! Love the colors in the doors page too!

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