Love skulls? Apparently a lot of people do. On June 4th, 2007 Noah Scalin made an orange paper skull and posted it online saying, “I’m making a skull a day for a year”, and so the Skull-A-Day project was born. Since then he’s added many, many skulls, including submissions from his readers. He’s even published […]
One of the things I love about iStencils is that each design is available in multiple sizes. For the second of my two stenciled pillows, I used the same Damask pattern as on the first, but in a smaller size. To mix it up a little more, I repeated the motif to create an allover […]
When long time sponsor iStencils offered to send me some stencils to play with, I was beyond excited. For one thing, I really needed a painting break, and this was the perfect excuse. For another… well, who doesn’t like free stuff? And you know what’s even better? Starting tomorrow you’ll have a chance to get […]
Abbie Park believes we learn though doing and making with our hands, and she strives to create something every day. She shares her creativity via her blog, Abbie Living. Two of her recent projects feature tshirts for her little ones, stenciled with sweet hatching chicks and baby bunnies. She provides a detailed freezer paper stenciling tutorial, as well as free downloads for the stencils she created.
Here’s another fun stenciled project I found during my search for free Easter stencils. Trish of Uncommon stenciled this bunny silhouette on burlap using a freezer paper stencil. Visit her blog for the tutorial and a link to where you can download the rabbit silhouette she used to make her stencil.