Er, I should say, do you use brushes for either photoshop or elements?
They are totally rad.
I have a serious collection. I mean, SERIOUS. In the hundreds of brushes. I get mine here. So, do ya, do ya?
If you're not, you can find things like these.
Collections of maps.
Old handwriting, letters,
and so forth.
(Type in "vintage" in the link up there and you'll find all of these)
Do you see all the potential possibilities for your own stencils up there?
Typically, these talented folks offer these with nothing more than a request for a backlink.
Oh crap, I better go backlink. I'm that jerk.
Anywho, I've used stuff in my house before.
This oddball, abstract, pieces of music thing I like to call "art" hangs in my music room.
But hey, I like it.
Anywho, Artscow offered a smokin' hot deal on canvas prints. And you know I couldn't pass those up. Plus, the old hotel key holder needed some buddies up the stairs.
So, after asking some great friends (thanks!) for their preferences, and while searching for somezing french, (keep to the code!)
I used zees brush, with zees man's awesome texture,
And zees brush with aforementioned awesome man's texture.
These brushes are a hoot, I tell you!
Man there are a lot of links in this post. Geez.
I just simply applied these to a lightweight piece of wood with some spray adheseeve.
Now, I want you to know, that you need to be very careful when handling canvas art. This lil spot missing ink? :
I brushed my ever-so-slightly-wet (from dishes, what else?) thumb against it, and voila. Ah, well. I think it adds character.
At least that's what I like to tell myself when I eff things up. It's a frequent thing 'round here.
Now, do I need to give these their own custom frames, or are we good to go?
(hint: I really want you to tell me I can move on with something else.)