Out with the Old, In with the New!

As you may know I've been featuring some new stencil art on Facebook for the past few weeks. I've added a few new stencils to the shop, some by The Crafter's Workshop and a few Dylusions stencils. But first things first.

The TCW and Ranger/Dylusions stencils we've carried for a few years now have always been great sellers, but there are a bunch that were either discontinued, no longer available from my distributor, or no longer available in 6" x 6" size. So... out with them! The discontinued ones include:

  • Poppies
  • Cosmic Swirl
  • Cosmic Bubbles
  • Retro Squares
  • Retro Bubbles
  • Layered Stars
  • Flower Piecing
  • Flower Frame
  • Leaf Frame
  • Mixed up Alphabet
  • Subway Stencil
  • Botanicals

Now, a few have already been sold out and taken off the website, but I still have some left of the rest of the designs. So if you've had your eye on any one of these, now is your chance to get them before they're gone for good!

In With the New!

I'm going to show some artwork made with each stencil because... well, it's way more fun to see what can be made with the stencils!

Dylusions - Stars (made with silver molding paste)

Dylusions - Alphabet Border (archival ink in art journal)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dylusions - Leaf Flourish (archival ink in art journal)

Dylusions - Flower Medley (gelli print)

Dylusions - Blocks (gelli print)

Dylusions - Shattered (gelli print)

TCW - Stones Divided (gelli print)

TCW - Stripes Explosion (gelli print)

TCW - Onion Skin (gelli print)

TCW - Art Deco Leaves (gelli print)

TCW - Stacked Triangles (gelli print)

So there you have it. Can you tell I love my Gelli Arts™ printing plate?

Are there any new stencils you have fallen in love with and would like for us to carry? Let me know and I'll see if I can get a hold of them. Because stencils... well, you can never have enough!

 

 




Lisa Cousineau
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1 Response

Navatha
Navatha

December 19, 2015

My initial retiacon was awesome!’ It doesn’t look like a DIY project at all. It can pass as an original merchandise of the Hunger Games franchise. Your tutorial has actually got me into thinking the shirt prints I want. This is great! On the top of my list is a shirt with a big paw print in front. :D Do you think it will look as good as that with glitters?-

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