StencilGirl - Mountain Pasture Stencil Small

Regular price $13.00

Nature lovers and landscape artists will recognize how to put this stencil by Jennifer Evans to good use. The horizontal and vertical lines in this design allow for close-up studies of different terrain: rocks, hills, grasses, puddles, trails, evergreens, mountains and plains.... Or, you can combine them all into one design, as in the example below.


Step-by-Step Tutorial from Jennifer:

1) Place the stencil over watercolor paper. Brush in colors for sky, mountains and grasses.

2) Continue with neutral colors for rocks and trail.

3) Carefully remove stencil. It's okay if some of the watercolor seeps under the stencil; it won't be perfect.

4) While the watercolor is still wet, drop warm colors (red/yellow/pink) into the mountain area. Let dry. If desired, add vertical green brushstrokes for greenery and spatter blues/greens over the terrain.

5) Use watercolor pencils to roughly outline some of the rocks and sketch detail into the trail and grassy foreground. Use plain water on your brush to blend any details and adjust colors.

Mountain Pasture accompanies Sunflower, Carnation, Paperwhites, and On The Water as Jennifer Evans' latest addition to her abstract nature stencils.


Product Details:

  • 6" x 6"
  • 7 mil mylar is thick enough to be durable, yet thin enough for a seamless look in your art
  • Made in the USA


The Many Faces of Andrea Matus DeMeng is a collection of expressive portraits taken right out of the pages of Andrea’s sketchbook. These stencils provide opportunities to create richly expressive mixed media portraits of your own.