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Lilly Wallpaper – New Stencil

Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in Art Journal, Spraypaint, Stencils and Masks

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Here is another of my new Stencils I designed for StencilGirl Products. This 9x 12” Stencil is called Lilly Wallpaper Stencil-. This design was inspired by my workshop travels to China and Malaysia earlier this year. I saw Lilly’s in all kinds of shapes and forms in buddha statues, wall decor and paintings – I loved it.

 

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For this art journal spread I prepared the background using different colors of Liquitex Spray Paint over my Arabesque Stencil . Then I used Neutral Grey Spray Paint and sprayed a loose frame around the spread.

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Then I layered the Lilly Wallpaper on top and sprayed with two different colors over for a layered Lilly look.

Hope you like my new Lilly Wallpaper Stencil- more projects using it to come soon.

Here is a complete supply list:

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Have an most amazing day!

Nat

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  • Sue Clarke

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    I really must try those spray paints. They are not cheap and I’m trying to decide which colors to start with…another nice stencil Nat.

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Become Your Dream – Art Journal Page

Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in Art Journal, Spraypaint, Stencils and Masks

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Become your Dream – it’s up to you!

For this art journal spread used layered stencil- like my crackle stencil and the Cityscape Stencil by my friend Julie – on top of each other and used Liquitex spray paints. I really love how the background pops out with those darker colors sprayed on top.

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I sprayed on top again with a lighter color using my Circuit Stencil and also did some marks using markers (they are called markers for a reason, aren’t they? snigger)

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I love the results when you use acrylic spray paints- I am so happy about the weather getting better now so I can use them more.

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Have a beautiful day

Nat

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  • Sue Clarke

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    The circuit stencil is so much more versatile than I had thought it would be. Nice combo and I love the strong, vibrant colors that you get from spray paints Nat.

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  • Tracy

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    A nighttime cityscape, the love the bright colors against the darker background colors. It looks better with just a bit of black, but with blues and greens. Those stencils are incredible!

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  • Denise spillane

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    Love these pages. Great stencils

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The Yellow No. 2 Pencil or …a new canvas

Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in Acrylicpaints, Mixed Media, Spraypaint

Finally I had time to create a new canvas –

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the first one in my new home here in Jersey City. And of course…if you live in an old pencil factory – you have to get inspired by your surrounding buildings :)

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It was a bit crazy to work on the canvas in the middle of unpacked boxes but I am so glad I did. I think I will do a couple more yellow pencil canvases…

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Here are some of the supplies that I used

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Have an amazing day

Nat

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  • Sue Clarke

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    Nice. Did you sketch that building Nat? Looks like a photograph.

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  • Jean A Marmo

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    I just love this!! The colors are amazing!

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  • Laura Strack

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    Beautiful! Glad to see you are inspired to create in your new digs.

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  • Jeanette - Tettiz

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    Fantastic piece!! I hope to see MOOOORE from you and that the move to the US will give you LOADS of inspiration to create gorgeous things for us all to drool over! ;-)

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  • Di Fritzsch

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    Awesome! (My favorite pencils, too) I love popping in to see what you’ve done to a canvas, and to find so many cool things… Absolutely marvelous!

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  • Ursula

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    Deswegen hast du keine Zeit zu mailen ;)) Der Keilrahmne ist wieder sowas von genial geworden – und passt sowas von prima zu meinem ….. da winkt der Zaunpfahl meine Liebe ;)) Liebe Grüße Ursula

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  • Amante del Papel

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    I love the old buildings! this canvas is perfect!

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  • Kirsten Alicia

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    Gorgeous canvas, love the colours.

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  • muriel

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    Ah! I love how the building melts into the background.

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  • Lea Kimmel

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    Oh, Nat, I love this! Very, very cool! And, most appropriate for your new home! Can’t wait to see pics as you get it decorated and situated and all that fun stuff! You always inspire me!

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  • Micki

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    OMG, I LOVE this. It is so freakin’ awesome!!!!!

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  • Jackie

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    Just gorgeous Nat!!

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  • Janene

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    I love the colors and the building is fabulous. Techniques are used so well it makes the piece so interesting and I could spend some time looking at each little detail. The pencil is a bit contrived, but I think it will be a big hit, and probably the first to selll.

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