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Playing with Stencils: Exploring Repetition, Pattern, and Personal Designs

3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  10 ratings  ·  3 reviews
With 20 clever step-by-step projects and a stunning gallery of inspirational stencil designs from leading artists,Playing With Stencilswill leave you ready to stencil just about anything. You will design floor tiles stencils inspired by German paper-cutting, you will stencil furniture, shower curtains, a floor cloth, planters, a wall canvas, wallpaper, and even a cake. You ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published May 1st 2013 by Quarry Books (first published January 1st 2013)
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Kevintipple
Playing with Stencils: Exploring Repetition, Pattern, and Personal Designs by Amy Rice features variety in design of others while teaching readers how to go about creating their own personal touches in various projects. Along with plenty of information there are a number of photographs depicting the various ideas covered in the book.

Broken into three main sections along with several resource sections the book opens with the basics after a brief introduction. Section One titled “Getting Started:
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Elizabeth A
I'm on a stencil making jag, so my nightstand currently has several books on the topic. This one has some good tips if you are a complete beginner, but the projects in this book are simply not my thing. I did enjoy the gallery section where other artist's work is showcased.
Charlou Lunsford
Not quite ready to buy all the equipment yet, inspired as I am by the designs and even more by the technique. Especially her color sense.
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