Heartfelt Stencil Giveaway!


Some of my favorite materials to use right now are Liquitex acrylic sprays and metallic paint.  The one drawback to the metallic paint is trying to get the right angle on the camera to capture it. :)  This stencil is my Heart and Flowers (6" x 6") stencil that has sort of a graffiti look to it so I love to pair it with black.  The metallic paint used is Lumiere Blue Halo Gold.  I'm a huge fan of all of the "Halo Golds" that Jacquard has in their line.


I love the effects that I got rubbing some chalk stamp pads through my Heart Swirl stencil that I used yesterday in the previous post.  I went in with a metallic Chartreuse Sakura gel pen to outline all of the shapes.  Originally, I started with black pen (as you can see in the shots) and I knew right away that it was way too overpowering with the soft hues of blue and green.


I will just have to try that one again!!  Wonderful effects!!

Don't forget to leave a comment to be entered into the Heartfelt Stencil Giveaway!  Check the previous post for all the details!  Again, these new stencils can be purchased at Stencilgirlproducts.com.

See you tomorrow!
Margaret

Comments

HollyM said…
I do love the softness of the chalk. I'm assuming its on paper.
Linda Dunn said…
Love the halo effect - these feel like watercolors. I'm glad you're at Western Avenue, now, too.
Sandy said…
I love what you did. Stencils are fun.
elle said…
Yup! The black is too stark. Luv the freshness of the colours.
Adrian said…
Beautiful choice of colors! I can't get enough of lime green these days, so my heart fluttered a little when I saw this effect. Nice!