• Lizzy Wurmann G.

Marble and Stencils: Four Ways


Hello everyone!

Today I will be showing a very old technique which I like so much for its results. It's my first time marbling with stencils and I really loved how it turned out. I finally got to do three cards and one wall hanging.

Stencils used:

Hearts, Flowers, and More Stencil

Five Hamsas Stencil

Hebrew Calligraphy Stencil

All by Jessica Sporn Designs @StencilGirl Products

Stamps used:

Shalom Rubber Art Stamp

Mezuzah Rubber Art Stamp

All by Jessica Sporn Designs @RubberMoon



I did this card with the above marbled paper


I chose one of the marbled Hamsas to make a wall hanging




Details of the Hamsa


With leftover pieces and a contrasting color, I did this second card. I cut diagonal stripes and used the stamp "Shalom" which means "Peace" in Hebrew


I left two marbled papers to stencil over them and here is how the third card came out


Here I used the Calligraphy Stencil with gold crackle paste


The main image on this card is a "Mezuzah" which is a symbol of protection and it's used in every Jewish main door of the house. Is must be angled to the left as shown


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