I'm on the Stencil Girl Talk Blog today showing how I made this accordion book using envelopes and the Three Trees Stencil from Stencil Girl.
To see more photos and a video of the project from start to finish, hop on over to Stencil Girl Talk and take a look!
Here are some other ways I've been playing with the stencil -- all part of my current obsession with Stenciling and Stitching!
I stenciled the trees and some of Carolyn Dube's words on fabric:
and made gift bags:
For the background fabrics, I also used Terri Stegmiller's Broken Circles, Kae Pea's Tribal Leaves, and my Retro Flowers and Circles Stencils.
I made some wine gift bags using Mary Nasser's Longitude and Latitude, and Seth Apter's Timeless Stencils in the background:
A patchwork runner for my sideboard:
And a gift card holder!
It's going to be a colorful holiday for sure!
In addition to the Three Trees Stencil, I also used:
Buildings, Teacups and Teapot, Hebrew Calligraphy and Hamsa, Garden Flowers and Leaves, and Dots and Dashes.
I hope this post and the video on Stencil Girl Talk give you lots of ideas for how to use the Three Trees Stencil. If you use it, please share your designs with me! I'd love to see them.
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