27 August 2013

Stencils for Frilly and Funkie - Festive ICAD's (Part Two)

Hi everyone. Back to give your the second instalment of my close ups from the Frilly and Funkie Friday Focus. If you missed Part One head over HERE. Just two left, and here's the first.


I had fun with Picket Fence through a Dyan Reaveley stencil here; it may not have a Christmas theme but once inked over it reminded me of Nordic sweater patterns. Then I reached for a set of small stencils that came as a freebie with a craft magazine a couple of years ago. 


By swiping white texture paste through it and then applying Distress Paint I got something that looked just like modelled snow. Using Distress Stickles worked well for adding his essential finishing touches. A 'reverse banner' with different materials enhanced the kraft feel.


And so to the last tag, probably my favourite of them all.


Mixing the embossing paste with Distress Paint (in this case Fired Brick) and a touch of alcohol ink (Red Pepper) gave an instant brick wall background. Add some Picket Fence Distress Stain when dry and you get a weathered brick wall.


Linda has the most beautiful Venise lace in stock and this larger background piece was given a graduated colour using Peeled Paint and Bundled Sage. Then even more fun was had by stencilling onto a crinoline fussy cut boot shape with Watering Can Archival Ink and edging it with Distress Ink.


So that's it for this batch of ICAD's. I have more in progress for Astrid's swap and will definitely be creating some more for use as card toppers over the coming couple of months. As I mentioned yesterday, there is an extra 15% discount on Wendy Vecchi and Dyan Reaveley stencils at The Funkie Junkie Boutique this week so it would be a great time to stock up.

I'll be back tomorrow with my latest Frilly and Funkie DT project so hopefully I'll be seeing you over at the challenge blog for that. In the meantime take care of yourselves. Hugs, Jenny x

18 comments:

  1. More great stencilling work - fabulous seasonal ICADs. I think I might have some freebie stencils from way back too - a timely reminder from you so thanks.

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  2. Thank you for the detailed description Jenny, so much detail to look at and admire!

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  3. Totally gorgeous! Beautiful job!
    Hugs, Cathy-Lynn

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  4. It is great to see close-ups Jenny, your work, as ever, is amazing! Hugs, Anne x

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  5. Wow, I'm missing words Part One and Two are breathtaking projects.

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  6. Oh how I wish I could have stayed in this swap! Jenny, these are stunning and so detailed. Love the brick work! Hugs!

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  7. Fabulous makes Jenny, great detail

    Sam xx

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  8. Gorgeous makes Jenny and great backgrounds. TFS

    Catch up soon

    Annie x

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  9. Would it be terribly uncouth to roll around on these??? MY gosh...they are GORGEOUS and I can't stop staring at them. I can't get over the wonderful textures and designs. Fantastic job on these and still, incredibly inspiring!!
    Beautiful work Jenny :D
    hugs,
    Lisa xx

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  10. Fabulous Jennie, the stencilling/masking, the colours and techniques show us what a talented artist you are.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

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  11. LOVE LOVE LOVE these again! That snowman is fabulous!

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  12. Thes are brilliant and there is so much to look at and so many details to see! Hugs trace x

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  13. Looks so well Jenny! Great Christmas idea

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  14. These are fabulous Jenny, at first I thought they were made of felt, they look so tactile xx

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  15. Gorgeous, tactile makes, with so many amazing details. Looking forward to catching up with you tomorrow - have fun in the morning!
    Alison x

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  16. Beautiful, I understand what you mean with the sweater
    Rosie x

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  17. The brick wall is such a perfect BG for this one. I love the stocking hung so sweetly and your fun snowman!

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  18. Hi Jenny, these are of course totally gorgeous :D
    I have a question, (well loads really, but one just now will do); did you experiment to create the brick wall, or did you just know what would work? Thanx, Mo :o) xx

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Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving your comments - they are really appreciated. Jenny xxx

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