Thursday, October 27, 2016

How to Collage with Stencils - Creative Team Thursday with Lizzy Wurmann

Hi,  it's Lizzy with you today. This is my first blog post for Jessica Sporn Designs and I'm very proud to be part of her Creative Team.

I want to share a video tutorial on how I did this collage using  Jessica's gorgeous "Garden Flowers and Leaves Stencil".

First, I'll show you how I like to make my backgrounds with the Gelli Plate.  Then we'll pull it together, step-by-step, so you can create your own collage.

Here's a quick video to take you through all the steps.

Checkout this preview of some of the elements I used.  I love how intricate the "Garden Flowers and Leaves Stencil" turned out with all the layered colors.  Bonus - I only used a portion of the collage pages I created so I have plenty left to use on other projects!

I hope you enjoyed my debut with the Creative Team!

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 deisgn teams, including Scraps of Darkness, Doris Castle, and Lindy’s Stamp Gang.  Find Lizzy on her blog, Facebook, Instagram and very active YouTube Channel.


THANK YOU LIZZY for an awesome post! I love your inspired tutorial!

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