Monday, October 17, 2011

Another date with stencils

created by Julie Fei-Fan Balzer for The Crafter's Workshop...












and here are today's stencils: Clouds and Rain

























Here are a couple of pages from my almost-daily art journal...










Also a layout I created for The Crafters Workshop booth for CHA-S 2011

I used the Clouds and Rain stencils in both 12x12 and 6x6 with spray mists, distress inks, acrylic and water watercolor  paints.
Want to check out the other inspiring creations with Julie's stencils? Hop on over to...
Mou Saha: You are here!

And don't forget to visit Julie's Flickr group for more!
Happy hoppin'!

19 comments:

Kirsten Alicia said...

Gorgeous pages!

Theresa said...

Beautiful Pages! Enjoying your stencil variety!

StampDancer said...

I love what you did with Julie stencils and your daily journal is awesome!
Deb M

Lisa Graham Art said...

Very sweet art...love it!

Diana Trout {Nan.DT@verizon.net} said...

Fun, lively journal pages!

michelle renée bernard said...

Love, love, love!!

claudine hellmuth said...

wonderful journal pages!!

famillemarleau said...

Love your journal page and your layout. They look great. Thanks for sharing, Johanne L.

lori vliegen said...

your pages are so wonderfully playful! :))

Margie H said...

CUTE project, Mou!! I love your (almost daily - lol!!) art journal page :)

Miriam Prantner said...

Love these pages, especially the last one. Thanks!

Lisa said...

So lively! I love all of the color you use and the way they build up to make depth. So cool!

Janet said...

This is just beautiful. I really like the rain and sun saying.

Ally White Cat said...

How happy and colorful. So delightful to gaze at. Thank you for sharing.

dragongourd said...

Too cool. And we are SO ready for some cool weather and rain here!

Cheryl said...

Great journal pages!

Cheryl said...

Great journal pages! TFS!

Katje said...

Such lovely pages and projects. Your raindrops look so sunny and bright!

pegg said...

Thanks for sharing your pages. I like seeing these used in this form, especially with photos. It really takes scrapping to another level where it feels really free and unique.