It's Lizzy with you today. I will be showing a very old technique which I like so much for its results. It's my first time marbling with stencils and I really loved how it turned out. I finally got to do three cards and one wall hanging.
Five Hamsas Stencil
Here's a video so you can see how I created this marbled paper step by step. Click here to watch it on YouTube.
I did this card with the above marbled paper
I chose one of the marbled Hamsas to make a wall hanging
With leftover pieces and a contrasting color, I did this second card. I cut diagonal stripes and used the stamp "Shalom" which means "Peace" in Hebrew
I left two marbled papers to stencil over them and here is how the third card came out
Here I used the Calligraphy Stencil with gold crackle paste
to create a card. The "Mezuzah" is a symbol of protection and it's used in every main door of the Jewish house.Thank you so much for watching! To check out more awesome creative team posts and videos, please click here, or subscribe via YouTube.
Lizzy Wurmann is a mixed media and scrapbook artist living in Santiago, Chile. She uses a colorful and vibrant palette to create whimsical, unique, and often altered art. Her quirky and abstract style has been featured in Somerset Studios, Somerset Memories and Somerset Digital Studios. Lizzy is a veteran of many design teams, including Scraps of Darkness, Doris Castle, and Lindy’s Stamp Gang. Find Lizzy on her blog, Facebook, Instagram and very active YouTube Channel.
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