Sculpture, pottery and class happenings at the clay studio of Eleanor Hendriks.
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This was very fun. I love learning how things are done, and always appreciate pictures more than mere text.My mind is whirling....how can those used snowflake stencils be reused???
Sorry Diva, the stencils can't be reused -the picture that makes me sad is of the stencils in the garbage. The next picture is of the paper cuttings that are leftover when I cut the stencils. I can't throw them away -it seems like I should be able to DO something with them too! I'm such a packrat!!
EleanorThanks for sharing your stenciling technique. Love what you are doing with it !!!HugsChae
Great blog Eleanor! Thank you for sharing!Mak
What a terrific idea Eleanor - I love it!
stunning snowflakes. so neat to see the work in progress.
Thank you for sharing this great tutorial, Eleanor!Do you remember me trying out this technique some weeks ago? I've posted pictures of my finished plate on my blog and think you might be interested to see the result. I'm very happy with it! Next time I try it (and I definately will) I'll follow your advice to advance my use of this method.
thanks to your blog tutorials i have made variations of the castles and the angels with my clay class. i wanted to make stencils like the snowflakes and was wondering how you get them to stick to the bisque ware. i have tried various masking techniques, but never just paper. I want it to be successful for my little ones. I have also thought about just having them do a wax resist. you can check out what we have been up to at mudbuds.blogspot.com. thank you so much. heidi
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