Let It Snow Art Journal Page

Hello!  It’s Thursday and my day to share with you a wonderful project with ArtistCellar stencils.  Now that it’s November I’m getting in full swing with the Holiday spirit.  I saw this technique for creating a Christmas tree from a larger stencil by masking part of it and I knew I had to give it a try.

Let it Snow art journal page, ArtistCellar Stencils by Carmen Whitehead Designs

I started first with a layer of Tim Holtz Distress ink, Broken China on top and Bundled Sage on the bottom.  Then I used the Trillium stencil from ArtistCellar’s new signature set with an ink spray mister.

Let it Snow art journal page, ArtistCellar Stencils by Carmen Whitehead Designs

The snowy drifts I created with The Crafter’s Workshop Wood Grain stencil and Americana paints in Buttermilk.  The trees were created with a layering of stencils, first I used the Quasi stencil and masked it off in the shape of a tree and used Light Avocado acrylic paint.  Then the Black Orchid and Lily stencils.  Next I outlined them with Faber Castell’s Big Brush Pen in Green.

Let it Snow art journal page, ArtistCellar Stencils by Carmen Whitehead Designs

I gave it a snowy look with acrylic paint on bubble wrap randomly pressed onto the page and then stenciled the words “Let It Snow” with DecoArt’s Whimsical Delight letter stencil and a Sharpie marker.

Let it Snow art journal page, ArtistCellar Stencils by Carmen Whitehead Designs

I gave the page a spray of Imagine Crafts Sheer Shimmer Spritz in Frost color.

Let it Snow art journal page, ArtistCellar Stencils by Carmen Whitehead Designs

 

I love layering stencils to create a wonderful art journal page.  So easy and so much fun.
Thanks so much visiting me today!
Blessings,
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