This set is chock full of hand-drawn designs. You can create your own family crest or coat of arms, or you can use individual elements for backgrounds, borders, journaling blocks, and more! Here's a little video I put together to introduce the stencils; I share my inspiration along with a few different ideas and projects for things you can do with this stencil set:
These are two of the projects I shared in the video - the first, and most obvious application, was a coat of arms!
In this second project, I just used one of the sets of mantling designs as corner flourishes for a background in my art journal:
As a little bonus, I put together a full start to finish process of me creating this spread! This will show you some different ways to layer and mask with the designs in a very non-coat-of-arms way.
I really love how these stencils come out - they're actually very versatile, and I'm looking forward to both using them in my work, and in seeing how StencilClub members use them!
These stencils are only available to StencilClub members, so if you want them, you'll need to sign up. If you're signed up before 12/15/16, this is the set you'll start with. Interested? All of the details are on the website.
Make sure you check out StencilGirl Talk on December 7th for even more inspiration from our StencilClub Voices!
P.S... If you're looking for great online classes, don't forget that I'm also one of 27 fabulous teachers participating in Creative JumpStart 2017! Click on the banner below to get more info and sign up if you're interested... there's a great early bird special going on right now!