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Thursday, October 30, 2014

book of words

I was so lucky to have been drawn as one of  the winners during the spray inks play dates from Carolyne Dube. Earlier this week I received my happy mail, the wonderfull wall of words stencil which I off course needed to testdrive immediately.
I decided to make a little book of which each page contains 1 quote of the stencil. As the stencil has 28 quotes on it, I rummaged through my box of prints and choose 14 pages that caught my eye and made a simple pamflet booklet out of them. For the cover I turned ones more to my mop up pages which lay on my desk. 



These are a few examples of the pages:




The intention of this book was to try out the stencil, to have a reference of all the cool quotes on the stencil and each page is a starting point to be further explored. But I must say I already like it a lot with only the gelli print and a quote on it.
Thanks Carolyne for this awesome stencil, it will be well used.

10 comments:

  1. I love what you have done Vicky! This is such a super idea- and your backgrounds are wonderful in this book!

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    1. Thanks Carolyn, can't take all the credit though, it's also great because of the great quotes in such nice font.

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  2. Very successful, I love your work with this stencil!

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    1. Thanks Marie, time will tell if I will be adding to these pages or just leave them as they are.

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  3. Great prints, and a brilliant idea for stencilling!

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    1. Thanks Ruth, I'm guessing I will be using this stencil a lot. So many possibilities.

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  4. Congratulations in winning that's wonderful. I really like your book and the quotes are brilliant.

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    1. I know, I feel so lucky, now I can't say anymore that I never win anything :-).

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  5. A great idea and a fabulous project.

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    1. Thanks Silvia, I was thinking of making a journal page but then suddenly the book idea came up.

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