Family Moments with the Circuit Stencil

Hold your horses 😉 I show you a  Scrapbooking Layout today which is using my new Circuit Stencil with Stencil Girl Products. Thank you all for your amazing and wonderful comments – they mean a lot to me 🙂


Still laughing about this photo which shows the three of us doing a Facetime call when I was teaching in Stockholm. I used some Liquitex Heavy Body Acrylic Paint and swiped it with a Palette Knife over the Circuit Stencil onto a white sheet of Cardstock.  I love the texture the Heavy Body Acrylic Paint gives when used with a stencil.


I used Tim Holtz Distress Inks with a Blending Tool and colored in the background over the stenciled area and then applied the Papers. I love how you can also use the Circuit Lines as a guideline for the journaling.


Several of you asked where to buy the stencil – you can either buy it directly from Stencil Girl Products but I also know that there are a couple of stores interested in stocking them. I am sure once there are more designs revealed 😉 I can provide you with links of stores that carry them. I am working on a page for my Stencils on the blog. Sooooonnn – LOL -the back and forth with the testing takes a bit longer when you sit over the pond 😉


Have a wonderful day!
huge hugs




  1. Really beautiful, love it. Cute cat too.

  2. Great idea thanks

  3. This stencil is so you; so contempoary! I like the journaling idea too. I have never been able to write straight w/o a guide-line. Lol. Congrats on your new stencil collection.

  4. Sue Clarke says:

    I am so loving stencils ever since I purchased some of Julie’s. Now I can get some designed by you…I’m in Heaven!

  5. All these stuff together made a different page and original creation! love the concept and details!. TFS

  6. Cathy Shackelford says:

    Love that stencil, & the bingo card, but mostly the pic of your cat!

  7. Jenny Palmer says:

    Nat you really are a talent you deserve this

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