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Monday, April 10, 2017

Easy-To-Make and Pretty-To-Look-At Stencil Storage


Hello and happy April everyone... Lynne here today with my monthly tutorial and this month's post is all about how I store my stencils.

I create my own stencil books out of heavy cardboard (saved from products I have bought) and clear plastic scrapbook page protectors all  held together with a couple of metal rings from the dollar store.  And because they are so pretty  there is the added advantage of the wall art they create in my studio because I hang my books on the wall so they are within easy reach.

I now have enough ARTploration stencils to warrant their own book so I decided to make a new one and to decorate it Lynne-style.... Here is the finished product..
I detailed all the steps in my process over on the STAMPlorations blog today so pop on over if you want to know how I made this...

And, as always, thank you for popping in today to see what I am up to and please do leave me a comment if you like what you see!!

Lynne Mizera, Mixed Media Artist
for the STAMPlorations Mixed Media Design Team

STAMPlorations products used on this project:
(Get 20% off your ENTIRE Order over at STAMPlorations when you use my Personal Discount Code: STAMPGIRLLYNNE)
  

Other products used on this project:
Micron Black Pens
Sharpie Fine Point Pen
Art Basics Heavy Gesso
Peerless Watercolor paint chips



1 comment:

  1. What an awesome idea. I have mine stored in a clear plastic shoe box. Your storage solution is definitely prettier to look at.

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