More notebook pages. I made a stencil from a ginkgo leaf. Acrylic paint on Stonehenge paper. Minimal layering.
Again used stencils with thin layers of pain rolled on. If you roll the paint on or scrape it on with a credit card you don't need to thin the paint with water, thus the paper doesnt curl and wrinkle as much as it would if you thinned the acrylic first.
An old post card. I cut a hole in the support so you can read the back of the postcard on the back page. It was mailed in 1907.
I tore the preceding page so that a flap covers the post card for a dual look.
Some of my tools. Mat knife to cut the stencils. Roller to roll the paint. The stencils are made from old manilla file folders. You can use both the positive and the negative cut out.