And then I made a journal page using the stencil. I used acrylic ink to stamp through the stencil on a background page that I had previously made using fabric squares and Gesso. I traced the birds with a black sharpie pen and added a quote from my stash that reads: "It is never too late to be what you might have become" - by George Eliot. I may have to go back and trace the letters in black to help them stand out better.
Then I decided to add a quote and some stamping to finish a page I started before using another hand cut stencils that I created. I used spray inks through the stencils on a colored paper towel background.
Then I decided to just play with my supplies and make marks and do some stamping with purchased stamps and found objects.
I really like the first one and the third one, not so much the second one. I plan to do more with the third one, but not sure what to do with the second one. The second one is a bit of a mess and I am not sure if I want to scrap it, try to do more with it or just leave it. So what have you done lately? Have you tried cutting your own stencils? I would love to hear about it. It is much easier to cut your own stencils than I thought it would be and am now hooked. I already have other stencils I am planning to cut. Until next time, happy creating.