ris Uy utilized stencils from The Crafters Workshop to create an artsy textured background for this page. She loves using white cardstocks with The Crafter's Workshop stencils because it really allows her to play and experiment with her art mediums.
Here is another example of how Iris uses The Crafter's Workshop stencils to create highly textured details and effects on her projects. She layered over a mixture of gesso and glass bead gels over the stencil. After it dried, she then colored it with pigment powders and pan pastels.
Louise N is a big fan of creating her own layout backgrounds, and as such just loves The Crafters Workshop templates! Especially those designed by Julie Fei-Fan Balzer. This poppy design by Julie is just wonderful and quirky enough to suit Louise's creative style. Louise has used gesso to create a resist image on her background and then has highlighted it with the use of Tattered Angels Chalkboard glimmer mists.
A big thank you to Gina Rodgers for allowing us to share her wonderful creativity using The Crafters Workshop templates! We love how she has distressed the look of the stencils rather than use them as solid shapes – in the top layout Gina has used the Wonky Circles template, and the page directly above showcases the gorgeous Herringbone.
Nenette Samson Madero is a very talented crafter who turned to TCW stencils to create this stunning trio canvas frame dedicated to her three children. She layered layers upon layers of colours, textures, collage materials, patterned papers. Each layer blends together beautifully through her clever use of colour. Thank you Nette for this wonderful inspirational piece of art!