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Review: Stencil Revolution Stencils

February 28, 2020

Today’s post is a video review of Stencil Revolution’s stencils. If the above video doesn’t show up in the post please use this direct link.

Months ago they contacted me to test and review their stencils. Unfortunately I was out of the studio longer than anticipated after cataract surgery.

Photographer Tom Nelson shot the overhead demo portions of the video in December 2019. I shot my discussion of the resultant pamphlet book shortly after that in my own studio. I was able to edit the video this past weekend.

Please watch the video to see me discuss how I stencil for visual journaling, and to hear about this quality product.

If you would like to learn more about tearing down paper and making a pamphlet book please see my FREE class  The Simple Pamphlet Book at this link.

My pamphlet class has detailed video instruction that walks you through the process of making customized pamphlets. It also includes bonus footage on making the two-signature Japanese Double Pamphlet—a very useful book for short trip journals and project notebooks.

If you would like to learn more about how I use stenciling in my visual journal you can register for my Textures: Backgrounds for Visual Journaling and Mixed Media Art online class. (Class begins March 28, but registration is now open.)

    • Paul
    • February 28, 2020
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    Cool to see such a “giant” stencil still thin enough to work with your Textures Class techniques for sketchbooks and journals! Thanks for this.

    1. Reply

      It was a fun stencil to work with. I’m glad you enjoyed it. It has moved on to a new home where I hope it will get some gel plate use!!

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