School and Love Texture Stencil
If you don’t own a Texture Stencil or Texture Stamp set, take a look at how easy they are to use and how quickly they can fill a space on your page! A lot of Ladies overlook the texture stencils, but you can have so much fun with them. You can use your inks or chalks with them depending on how dark or light you want the image to be. If light, you can use that space as a background for a Heading or Figures to enhance the theme. If you cut paper out to the shape of the stencil, you can use your texture stencil to give them a different look.
Herewith some samples:
The new texture stencil from the School Theme Kit which will be available to purchase from 1st November – $15.00.
Note the bricks are not all one colour, like bricks, I have inked some darker than others and each brick lighter to darker.
A closer look.
The Love texture stencil has been used in contrasting colours on the paper and the page.
Use a gel pen to enhance some of the shapes.
Here I have used the brick stencil as a background for my heading, so used chalks.
A closer look ….. Alphabet stencil used was Gina – GAB 215
Here the texture stamp TAM 512 – Texture has been used on the paper cut-outs.
Courtesy of AZZA Europe. The page has been coloured in pink chalks or inks first and then the hearts inked over the top. Both sides of the stencil have been used on this layout, note the ‘Love’ has been enhanced with gel pens.
Courtesy of AZZA Europe. I just love this layout – hearts, hearts and then some!
Courtesy of AZZA Europe. In keeping with the heart theme.
Courtesy of AZZA Europe. Pink bricks, what fun!
Courtesy of AZZA Europe. Love texture stencil used in the Espere Kit.
The ‘graffiti’ side of the School texture stencil. The centre block using the School stamps.
Courtesy of AZZA Europe. Both sides of the love texture stencil has been used on the paper cut-outs. Not a great deal but enough to enhance the page.