Tuesday, July 30, 2013

StencilGirl SURPRISE Giveaway!!

****Giveaway NOW CLOSED****

It's Maria! Mary Beth and I are SO excited!!!

We reached 2,500 "Likes" on Facebook yesterday!
We want to CELEBRATE!

Celebrating 2,500 is B-I-G, so let's do a BIG give away. 
Like all THREE of Seth Apter's NEW stencils from StencilGirl
We love the meaning of them - StencilGirl Products - Our STORY continues to grow, PROOF is in the numbers; we are UNFINISHED, just getting started really :)


What do you have to do to win??
Leave a comment below 
and tell us what kinds of projects you would like to see in future blog posts.
 Do you have a tutorial you would LOVE to see, is there something you would LOVE to learn how to do, a particular stencil you need ideas for??
Let us know :)

and

not required but we would love it if you:
"Liked" us on Facebook
Followed us on Pinterest
Followed us on Bloglovin
or shared about us with a friend who you think might be interested.
A GREAT BIG thank you!

You will have until Friday, August 2nd at 11:59PM to enter.
GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED!!!!!
Winner will be announced on Saturday, August 3rd.
GOOD LUCK!





350 comments:

  1. I would love to see more stencils with house and building themes. I am loving all of the new releases and have started to follow you on Bloglovin

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  2. Woo Hoo, 2500 likes is a milestone! Love all the posts and tutorials you do, keep them coming!

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  3. Wow, 2500 likes. Fabulous. I would love to see bird and owl stencils, as well as faces.

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  4. I would love to see more tree stencils. I'm partial to trying stencils with my homemade gelatin plate and with molding paste and watercolour.
    Stay inspired!

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  5. Congrats on the 2,500 likes (I'm already one of them). I would love to see more videos using modeling paste or other non-paint mediums. I love layers...so anything that showcases your stencils in a new way. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  6. WOOHOO! Thats so awesome!

    I love all your projects, I really love seeing techniques with stencils, and also using lots of different products, as well as how to complete pages, and projects!

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  7. Congrats for 2.500 likes!
    Love all your stencil, have some favs - of course.
    I'd love some about mailing, mail-art, etc... and houses!
    Thanks for the give-away.

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  8. Anything with books...so exciting to be at 2500 likes....that is so fun!

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  9. congrats on 2500 likes! i like to see more stencils of different fonts, and shapes( though I love anything! :): Followed you on pintrest and bloglovin

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  10. I love your blog and all your posts on facebook. They are so inspiring, they make me want to go down to my studio and create.
    Congrats on 2500 likes keep up the great job.
    I would like to see more ideas using the Geli-Arts with your stencils.
    Thanks

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  11. Congratulations on 2500 likes! I love your stencils, we sell them in the store I work at, where I demo with them all the time. In fact today I will be using them in a class I'm teaching! I would love to see more tree designs as suggested in an earlier post. I'd also love to see some demos using your house, door and window stencils.
    Thank you for awesome inspiration and wonderful tools to use in my art!

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  12. Love all of your stencils ! I follow you on Facebook and Pinterest ! I love anything with layers and words , various products for different effects, and I agree , house stencils !
    Thanks for great product !

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  13. I would like to see a tutorial using wood icing and the stencil by Seth, it seems like this would exhibit amazing texture, I have some wood icing but have not used it because I do not know what to do. thanks

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  14. I'm fast becoming addicted to stencils.... I'm a Textile Artist with passion for stitching on paper often stitching before adding paints. I see endless possibilities.

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  15. Congrats! I'd like to see more GelliPlate action using the stencils, and more canvas ideas. I love achieving many many layers using your stencils. Thanks

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  16. I absolutely love all of your stencils. I must say, I want all three of these by Seth. I would love to see pretty much anything with these new stencils in it. Thank you again for a chance to win such an awesome prize. You all ROCK!!!!

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  17. Congratulations! I'm always interested in tutorials about using my Gelli Plate and I'd also like to learn more about how other people are using texture mediums (such as glass bead gel or modeling paste.)

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  18. I love your stencils and the tutorials you've done so far. Like Sara, I love ideas about using the Gelli Plate.

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  19. Congratulations, thanks for the chance to win these amazing stencils! Any tutorials are always helpful and fun.

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  20. Would like to see a tutorial on layering stencils. Thanks for the chance to win these fab new ones.

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  21. Congrats. I would like to see a tutorial on using stencils with mixed media on canvas. incorporating the gelli would be cool too.

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  22. I love these new stencils! Would love to see Seth do a tutorial on how he came up with the idea for these and how he uses them in his work.
    Liked you on Facebook, following you on pinterest and bloglovin!
    Timi

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  23. Congratulations ladies!! I would like to see some tutorials with guest designers using other designers products - wouldn't that be fun!! Of course they would have to use StencilGirl stencils as the main ingredient!

    Thanks for the chance at the stencils. I can see myself using them on a variety of projects, but mostly journal pages!

    Carmen L

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  24. Love the stencils! Would love to see Gelli plate tutorials, use of different mediums with the stencils, stenciling on different substrates, especially fabrics. Thanks for offering a great giveaway prize!

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  25. Congrats on the 2500 likes! I would love to see more layering tutorials!

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  26. I love your products! I think I need more help with my gelli plate. I don't use my stencils and it to the fullest I don't think!

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  27. Simply LOVE Stencilgirl! How about using one stencil in several different way, different surfaces, etc. Thanks for the opportunity to win some of your AMAZING stencils!!!! yipppeeee!

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  28. These are gorgeous stencils. I just recently found you and I am so glad I have. You have introduced me to so many artists and techniques. Can't wait to view the videos.

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  29. love all the stencils but would like to see ideas for unfinished stencil

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  30. 2,500!! You go stencil girl! Would "like" to learn more re: combining texture mediums & color so get the most out of my materials! Thanks! Keep up the inspiration! loey

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  31. I love all of your stencils! I would love to see a tutorial by Seth on how he uses stencils.

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  32. i love your stencils, especially the random patterned ones. these are great by seth!

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  33. Congratulations! Your stencils are wonderful and the new ones by Seth look great. I agree with Linda, how about a tutorial by Seth on how he uses stencils?!!!

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  34. congratulations! Just recently got some of your stencils and I'm hooked. Using modeling paste and other mediums with the stencils is one of the things I'd like to see more of.

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  35. That's awesome! 2500 Likes and I'm one of them. :) I would love to see video tutorials on using stencil in large mixed-media collages on canvas. It gives me a big boost to see artists at work and how they incorporate all their resources into one piece.

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  36. congrats!!! =)

    i'd love to see more artsy cards... =)
    thanks for the chance to win!!

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  37. am following you everywhere!
    I would love to see more work with the Gelli Plate
    Congrats on 2500!

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  38. congratulations!
    I would like to see more journal pages
    Ditto on the gelli plate

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  39. wow what a great giveaway - Stencils from Seth!! would love a tutorial of Seth & how he uses his stencils in his art.

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  40. Using SG stencils on journal pages would be right up there on my list! I am so thrilled at what's being shared by the new DT @ SG blog!!

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  41. ANY and ALL tutorials using these fantastic stencils would be loved! Thanks!

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  42. I'd love to win Seth's stencils. I love seeing how multiple stencils are used on a project. And don't get me started on how wonderful spray paints and stencils work together!

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  43. I'd love to see stencils used to embellish clothing! I'd be over the moon to win Seth's stencils!

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  44. I'd love to win the stencils! And would love any tutorials using gelli plates!

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  45. I would think I had died & went to heaven if I were to win Seth's stencils!! OMG, what a giveaway!! I would like to see a video of Seth using his stencils, yeaaaaaaaaaaa. Thanks for having the giveaway!!!! and having totally AWESOMEISTIC Stencils!!

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  46. Also following on Pinterest & blog site

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  47. love the stencils. like to see more layering ideas

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  48. I would also love to win and see layering and gelli plate tutorials, please :)

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  49. LOVE Seth's new stencils...thanks for a chance to win! I would love to see tutorial on layering and choosing colors, esp. using the gelli plate! thanks again!

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  50. Congrats on 2500! Great stencils up for your giveaway. How very kind of you. I tend to use stencils with modeling paste, paints or mists. New ideas are always welcome.

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  51. I would like to see some more tutorials using the Gelli plate. I love your stencils!!

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  52. I loved the recent post about using spray inks. I don't know why this had never occurred to me before. I use spray paint and also stencil brushes with acrylic - but ink? Whole new way to play!! Love Seth's new stencils.
    Erin

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  53. Congratulations!
    I love everything you do so more of the same please!

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  54. Congrats! I follow you on Pinterest. I would love to see videos of each stencil artist using their stencils in a project. I like to see how they think; a raw video nothing planned just go for it. I love Seth's new stencils.

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  55. Woohoo congratulations on 2500 followers on FB :-). Ooooohhhhh and I love the stencils from Seth. I wish I could narrow it down on what I would like to see but the DT does such a great job and the projects and techniques are so versatile. I definitely love to see more grunge type background stencils...... love 'em. Thanks for a great surprise Thank You give a way.

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  56. Fabric. I would love to learn how to get a good print on fabric. Also using the stencils with unusual medium.

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  57. Congratulations! I enjoy all your tutorials!!!

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  58. Congrats on your landmark. Am already one of the 2500. I love to be experimental. Maybe some tutorials using stencils with polymer clay, metals, fabric etc. Keep up the excellent work with your tutorials, they are fantastic.
    Susan S
    shw_samuel@sky.com

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  59. ewwwwieeee! congrats. i am not at all surprised. as mary beth knows, i am totally stoked about this month's stencils so i am a SGC groupie!!!! i'd love to see just more of the same - the 3 stencils being really well co-ordinated to be able to use together or separately. i love the womyn stencils and being able to dress her up! i feel like i am playing paper dolls. lol as for tutorials, i'd love to see more on the different mediums that you are able to use with the stencils. it would be great to see a tut. with a few of the mediums in one tut. rather than one tut with one medium. thanks you and congrats seth. i love your stencils! love and hugs, samara

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  60. I love the blog posts - I love the projects and most of all I love the step by step of the process. I subscribe via email so I get the posts into my in box each morning - look forward to it and I save a lot to inspire me for projects!!

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  61. Congrats on 2500 likes!! I love to see the step by step tutorials. I am still learning mixed media so I am always looking for new techniques!!

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  62. Love the new stencils and a chance to win them. I enjoy seeing them in art journals and would like to see how to print them on fabric. Your blog posts are great.

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  63. Those 3 stencils look amazing. So much detail! Congrats on reaching 2500. I can only dream :-) One thing I'd like to hear more about is when you decide to end a project. When I watch tutorials I'm usually surprised that the artists goes on a whole number of steps further than I would have done myself. But maybe it's just a personal choice . . .

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  64. I adore the new stencils and would love to see some more large stencil backgrounds of city scapes, lamp posts, historic landmarks, victorian steampunk scenes, circus images (decorated elephant, tent, marque, etc).

    Thanks
    Nicci Dot C A
    www.nicci.ca

    ART RETREATS www.creativefinds.ca

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  65. I am loving that you are becoming more well known in the UK, even mentioned in Craft stamper this month. I would say just keep on doing what you are doing because its hitting the spot.

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  66. I'd love to have a better understanding of negative and positive space with stencils and how to use colors to accentuate them.

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  67. Congratulations!!! I'd love to see more text stencils. I love the way Seth's stencils have incorporated text and that they look like multiple layers in one. This is a great look!

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  68. Congratulations!! You guys rock! I myself would like to see some stencils done on fabric, & how you would go about it. I too would like anything text, numbers, but also after seeing all of the detail in those three stencils, I'm lovin' those too. Again, Congrats.

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  69. Congratulations! Love, love, love your stencils! I would like to see tutorials on how to use our completed pages . . . like the creations of journals, etc.

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  70. I love printing on Fabric! I currently use Versatex and Natural Dyes which I thicken- I NEED a stencil of Queen Anne's Lace- more Botanicals please!

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  71. Congrats!! I have loved the projects/tutorials posted so far! Fabric application would be fantastic and I would love to see some paper embossing/watercolor paints and pencils/resist techniques!
    Appreciate the chance to win some gorgeous stencils!!
    Thank you!
    Susan Chong
    jsrk516@hotmail.com

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  72. Love stories like yours. I think a few people have mentioned fabric application and resist techniques - those sound like fun.
    Thanks. Tish (tishreed58 at yahoo.com

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  73. Congratulations on reaching this new milestone!!! I'm certainly not surprised-- StencilGirl Products is an excellent company -- from the product line right down to shipping and customer service (Hi, John!). I look forward to congratulating you on reaching 5,000 likes which I'm sure won't be long.
    I love to see stencils used in unexpected ways in which dimension is achieved -- either with paints, spray paints, crackle, wood icing, etc.

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  74. I like adding texture to art journals and using spray inks with stencils for cards, layouts and art journals.

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  75. Congrats I love your unusual and gorgeous stencils, I like to use them on mixed media as well as on my gelli plate! More tutorials would be wonderful Please can I be put into the pot to get the chance to win!

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  76. i'd love to see more about using stencils on canvas and fabric. btw - congrats on 2500! :)

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  77. Holy Guacamole!Congrats!! I would Love Love LOVE to play with these stencils!!

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  78. i love these stencils!! i would like to see them used on fabric, maybe muslin, or fabric paper. i love stencil girl stencils, and would love to have seths. thank you. and i will share. carlanda

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  79. I'd love to see a tutorial and/or blog about using stencils to create layers, especially what kinds of mediums, such as permanent inks, work well, etc. I love Seth Apter's new stencils, as they combine random marks with words and/or numbers, combining ideas from my chaotic right brain with those from my more structured left brain which wants to organize things using numbers and/or words.

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  80. congrats on 2500 followers quite the milestone!! I'd like to see more art journaling with stencils :)

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  81. Loving your posts! I am learning mixed media and working to get a set of Gelli plates for my elementary art classroom. I used them during a summer camp and the kids LOVED them. I would love to see more of your applications with Gelli plates as well as any posts you may have about using stencils/mixed media with children. Thanks!

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  82. I love all his stencils! It would be wonderful to see a tutorial about using ink on fabric with stencils.
    WTG!! 2500!!

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  83. I love all of your stencils but I think Seth Apter really rocks! He's a Mixed Media Guru. Would love to see even more stencils in Mixed Media and also on T-shirts and fabric.

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  84. I really enjoyed the blog hop on how to use a stencil in different ways. Love many of the new stencils that have come out.

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  85. I'm following on facebook. I like to see how different people use the same stencil.

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  86. I DO already follow on Blogloving, FB, Twitter, Pinterest and your blog, and I DO recommend StencilGirl stencils to all of my friend!
    I have become a stencil-a-holic and Stencil Girl has fed those cravings immensely! I also admire Seth Apter's work - so winning a set of these stencils would be really a co-o--o-l thing for me !
    Thanks for the opportunity to win.... I hate to beg ... but I will remain hopeful!

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  87. I'm following you on Bloglovin, Facebook. and Pinterest. One thing that eludes me is the pattern of light on water, if someone ever made a stencil of that I'd run through fire to get my hands on it. Meanwhile I'm sure Seth's fabulous stencils would keep me busy until that happened.

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  88. I love your stencil bloghops...everyone has different ideas on how to use the same stencils...so I would love to see more of that! Meanwhile, my stash would love to have Seth's stencils as permanent residents!

    dottididit(at)gmail(dot)com

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  89. I would LOVE to win Seth's stencils, I think they are fantastic and so is his artwork. I would love to see how to use a paste with the stencils to give them a raised look. Thanks for the opportunity to win these!
    francinep2013@gmail.com

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  90. Love ALL your stencils but these are on my must have list :) I can see so many possibilities! I would love to see more techniques using paste and layers - congrats on your 2,500 likes (I already like you) - can't wait til you hit 5,000!

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  91. Congrats! LOVE each of these stencils! I love seeing how to layer them and would love to see them used with paste!

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  92. Love the new stencils! I love any tutorial but my favorite ones are the ones that are totally different. Like I never would of thought of using a stencil to make beaded jewelry! Very cool!

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  93. great new stencils. all of them, not just the Seth Apter's. I would like to see more from Seth Apter. Only recently discovered his blog and like his projects.

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  94. I love all of the stencils including the new Seth Apter ones, which are fabulous, I would love to see some tutorials using the stencils with different mediums, like paste and gels.

    Hugs Jan x

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  95. Congratulations!!! What great stencils for the giveaway! I'm new to the blog after a friend posted a link on facebook to one of the technique videos. Really enjoying your posts! Thanks for sharing!

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  96. Congrats -- that's huge! When you have time, I'd like you to show us how one stencil can be used with different inks, sprays, Gelatos, PanPastels, etc. I think it would be fun to see all the different results! Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  97. Thank you for the chance to win such an awesome prize! I would like to see more 3D projects using stencils.

    Take care and STAY POSITIVE!

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  98. Thanks for the chance to win! I would like to see stencils with gelli plates.

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  99. Congrats on 2500likes! I follow you on bloglovin, love your stencil selections and would like to see more tutorials about stenciling on fabric or other substrates.

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  100. I really enjoyed the blog hop! It introduced to to some fabulous new artists. I too would love to see the stencils used with alternative mediums, maybe polymer clay?

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  101. I also enjoyed the blog hop. I love to see how different artists use the stencils. And what type of techniques and colors they use. From gelli plates to sprays.

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  102. Hi StencilGirls! I would love to see more samples of each stencil. Maybe like a Gallery page on the store sight, or a sample or two on a stencil's page in the store. On the blog, you guys are great. Keep the samples coming from the design team! xxoo

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  103. Love all of your stencils. Especially love Jessica Sporn. Seth Apter's new stencils are great!

    I'd be interested in seeing any unique ways of using stencils. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  104. I have already "liked" you on FB, follow you on Bloglovin and follow you on Pinterest! I love seeing your DTs on the blog as they all have new ideas for your stencils. I am so glad you started this blog so I can visit everyday. I would like to see more techniques with fabric and other substrates. I am "hooked" on stencils and Stencil Girl is my absolute favorite. I plan on joining the club as soon as I get back to work. Thanks for the fantabulastic giveaway!

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  105. MaryBeth, these are great! A tutorial with Seth using his stencils would be awesome....
    xoxo

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  106. I would love to see some stencils linked to ancient culture symbols, like indigenous, vikings, turkish etc. I would surely buy some like that. I use stencils to mix with photos I used to take, or backgrounds I create and also with stencils that i do myself.
    Juanita Dias Costa

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  107. I would love to see a tutorial with Seth using his own stencils. That would be awesome! Thanx for the chance to win these great stencils.

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  108. I love what you have done so far with the blog and love love love your stencils. I use them in my mixed media work, gell printing, as well as decorative painting and would love to see more of the same. Keep up the good work.

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  109. I, too, would love some small bird stencils, with some branches or perches included. Congratulations on 2500! I know I was one of those who "Liked" StencilGirl :) I'd love to win these fabulous stencils! Woo Hoo!!

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  110. {{{clap}}} for you & your joy! I just like seeing the stencils being used!
    congratulations ^5

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  111. Love your stencils. Just like seeing different ways to use the stencils.

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  112. I am a scrapbooker.. I love to see idea that I can use on my pages. chefl@swbell.net

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  113. Love your stencils and would like to see them being used on various fabrics - sheers, textured fabrics, felt??? I am following you everywhere. Thanks very much for offering this fabulous giveaway

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  114. These are so funky. Would love to have them for some canvases..

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  115. Congratulations on your continued success!!! These 3 stencils are awesome and I know they would be fun to use! Love your blog as is and the inspiration y'all do is wonderful... thanks for sharing! I follow on FB and Pinterest already. :)

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  116. I would love to see this on scrapbook pages and canvases. I am loving all that I am seeing. I'm sorry I missed out on subscribing. I sure hope to get the chance again soon. Amazing posts! You have some amazing designs!! Oh I thought of something... I like charcoal. I would love to see what you do with that.

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    1. Monica--do you mean missed out on StencilClub sign-up? FYI--The button is back live for starting the club with the August stencils. You can order now. The August stencils will be previewing next week. Here is the link or order StencilClub: http://stencilgirlproducts.com/join-our-stencil-club---
      Maria

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  117. I'm new to the site. But, I have loved everything so far. I particularly like geometric shapes and all kinds of layering. Thank you.

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  118. My family loves me to create for their scrapbooks....always enjoy seeing stencils used for memory keeping! :)

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  119. Congrats on the 2500! I would love to learn more about how to layer stencils and would use these to practice that after I win them.. :)

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  120. awesome giveaway! gelli plate ideas always welcome :)

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  121. Well, of course I would like to win this, please put my name in the hat! Thanks....AnnaH

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  122. Yes, please and thank you, would love to see more ideas for wearables!

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  123. What fabulous, intricate stencils. Love them!

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  124. Congratulations on all the likes - love stencil girl stencils ! would like to win!

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  125. I really am intrigued by Seth's work. Would love more and would love these stencils. And thank you for being an angel company!

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  126. Congrats on the likes but no wonder since the stencils are so great.

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  127. How great that you have reached that many likes! I am relatively new to your page myself. Since I am new to it, I would be interested in seeing your stencils used for scrapbooks. I am a scrapper and I love making mini albums. I do love stencils and like to use them with the cool spray inks that are everywhere!

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  128. Being a HUGE Seth Apter fan and a HUGE fan of your stencils what a GREAT combo! I would really like to see stencils used in Art Journaling. Which is primarily my art medium of choice but I can see Seth's stencils being used in sooo many uses, scrapbooking, multi-medium. you name it!

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  129. I actually came from Seth's blog. I had no idea you were here. I would love to see old fashion rocking horses or carousel horses. Not childish ones, but ones any mixed media artist might reach for. Thanks for the opportunity to win Seth's stencils.

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  130. I'd like to see more on using stencils to create resist effects with various mediums.

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  131. Congratulations! Thank you for sharing your celebration with us all...all 2,500+ of us! It would be wonderful to see more coloring techniques used for mail-art, journaling, stamping or any mixed-media art. I've already learned so much from you all and Seth that I can barely keep my hands still! Carry on...we love you!

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  132. Congratulations on your Facebook likes! It's amazing and wonderful. I would love to see more on layering and some on buildings - like blue prints, bricks, etc. Thanks! Geary Newberry Herendeen

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  133. I seriously need more stecils!

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  134. Congratulations on your Facebook likes! You have a wonderful selection and an inspirational site. Continued interest in mixed-media journaling techniques such as combining/layering stencils with color blending

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  135. awesome....would love to hear more about gelatin printing. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  136. I must say they are new to me but love what i have been looking at and reading thanks to Marjie Kemper...and facebook
    susan s
    allywhitecat

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  137. For the time being, all I do are attempted art-postcards, but eventually I'd love to work on journals. I love Seth's work.

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  138. Thank you for your generous give-away! You are so kind, and I am going to cross my fingers since I LOVE ALL your products, and have recently found myself unemployed and have less money for "fun" stuff :(.

    I wish everyone the best of luck!

    Annette C Maloney

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  139. Congrats! Love your products .

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  140. I love altered books and journal pages ! Love your stencils and these new ones so rock <3

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  141. COOL.. Thanks..this is very sweet giveaway

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  142. Congratulations!! Oh man would I love to win these!! I would love to see more demos on canvas & maybe modeling paste! I'm just starting to play with modeling paste myself!

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  143. Thanks for the give away! I would love to use your stencils in my journals and books!

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  144. WOW! Congrats and so well deserved! I would LOVE to win these stencils. I saw them in person at Create, NJ but was out of $$$ by the time I got to Seth's booth. ;o( They are awesome designs and so usable. On the must have list for sure.

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  145. Let's hear it for men in mixed media- we seem to be rare- love these stencils of Seth's!

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  146. well as you can see we are all big fans of seth's stencils and seth and stencil girls......if i don't win them i will be buying them!!!

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  147. Hi-love all your stencils!! Would love to see more tutorials on layering and journals. But all your creations inspire me!

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  148. I would love to see more map and building stencils and projects using these, and also projects for textile works. Thanks for the chance to win these great stencils !
    grace

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  149. I just love these stencils. I would like to learn more techniques using the Gelli plate. Specifically, creating layers and using "found" items to create interest. thanks!

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  150. Wow! What a great giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win Seth's new stencils. I would love to see more videos of different ways you can use one stencil in different ways to art journal. I really enjoyed the blog hop and all the different ways each artist used the same stencil. I liked you on Facebook but, sorry, I don't do Pinterest.

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  151. I would love to use these stencils on some of my mixed media projects and they would make for some Awesome tags! thanks for the chance and congrats on reaching 2500!

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  152. Ohhh Galleries on Pintrest by Stencil : ) I would love step by step visuals of DT projects- or video's......How to achieve all of the layers on some of the Art Journal Pages. LOVE the new stencils posted here : )

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  153. I love these new stencils!!!!!!!! I would love to see a tutorial on the best way to layer colors while using stencils. I've tried and always end up with mud! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  154. Please keep all the tutorials coming!! I love learning as many ways to use stencils as I can. Seth's stencils are awesome...must place order soon!! Yeah, on 2500 likes!! I am following on FB, Pinterest and Bloglovin'.

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  155. 2500 likes is a huge milestone! Congrats.. Congrats! I would love to play with those stencils every day of the week ...Thanks for the chance to win...textilerecycler@yahoo.com

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  156. Love these stencils by Seth, would love to see some tutorials on how they are being used. crawfiem@yahoo.com

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  157. I just discovered this page and Seth's through a random post of Dayna's while Seth was in Oregon. I'm thrilled to have found both and would love to be able to incorporate the stencils into my own efforts. Layering without losing resolution continues to escape me... perhaps some ideas there! I intend to make your page 2501 likes as soon as I post this!

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  158. Congrats on the super milestone!! I have never come across your stencils before and am just happy to find you. Am LOVING all the different ones you have. Gotta go check out the store and blog more indepthly!

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  159. Congrats on the 2500 goal. Love these stencils and would really enjoy using them with my gelli plate. I would like to see more organic stencils and layering techniques using different mediums.

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  160. Love the stencils and thanks for this opportunity! Anything that would help achieve more grunge and abstract backgrounds for my artwork would be awesome. Especially for use on my Gelli. :)

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  161. Congrats! 2500 likes - Wow!!! I would love to see more demos on canvas & maybe modeling paste! Thanks for the chance to win this wonderful giveaway!

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  162. Congratulations!! I love ALL your stencils ... wish I had them ALL! I really enjoy the tutorials you already share, so I guess more of the same.

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  163. The stencils are fab! Keepthetutorails coming , great to see new ideas !

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  164. Love these stencils! Love all the tutorials since I'm just starting to use stencils!

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  165. I love Stencilgirl stencils and can understand why you've got so many likes on Facebook
    I would love to see projects or tutorials using fabric or art quilting, and of course with gelli plate printing.

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  166. I LOVE your stencils. I wish I could buy them all. I'd love to see how to use them in my art journal where I get a perfect image. I struggle with run- under when I use stencils. Thanks for the giveaway. Congrats on 2500 likes. (((HUGS)))

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  167. Love your stencils!! Can never get enough stencils you know D
    Congrats on 2'500 !! Keep on with tutorials, they are always so inspiring!

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  168. Thanks for the chance to win these awesome stencils and congrats on reaching 2500!
    I would love to use these stencils on some of my mixed media projects and they would also work on some of my tags!

    Big Congratulations again!
    Majo

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  169. 1. Congratulations on 2500 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! etc.
    2. Thanks for the opportunity !
    3. This 71 year old would love to win your great stencils !
    4. I'd even make you something (using them) as a thank you. ;oD
    5. Pulling out all the trick here, since I never win anything ! ;op
    6. I keep trying! ;o)

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  170. Seriously I would love to win some stencils, we just cant get them here and they are so expensive to bring in... so would be over the moon to win ;D

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  171. Wow, 2500 likes. Fabulous !!! I love all your stencils and would like to see more textured one...
    Thank you for your generosity... can't wait to see who will win :)

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  172. Congratulations for the 2500 likes, I am sure you have many, many more to come! Love your stencils, I am new at this, so I am sure I would love ANY tutorial, but I just got my new gelliplate so i would love to learn more on how to use stencils with it. Regards from sunny Spain. Rebeca

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  173. oh what fun it would be to play with those stencils! hard to find in my area as well!
    kim humbert

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  174. I am sure this has been said, but I would LOVE to see some stencils of tree's! Big trees, small trees, simple trees and complicated trees! Congratulations on the 2500 likes, I think I'm gonna have to go and see what all the fuss is all about :p New like from me!

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  175. Wow oh wow!!! How come we haven't met before. I am just starting to use stencils as part of a mixed media journey. I am a rubber stamper but love how stencils work with stamps. Texture stencils are what I am playing with at present. I see you have lots of interesting styles and patterns.

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  176. Love those stencils...well all your stencils actually! I would love to see tutorials on multiple mediums to use with your stencils.

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  177. Would love to see more use of stencil past and other mediums with your awesome stencils!
    Thanks for the chance.
    DianeD
    Mansfield, MA

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  178. Congratulations! Fantastic stencils. I'm an abstract artist so working with your stencils in abstracted ways using various mediums as already suggested. Thanks for such a great contest! I'm hoping!

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  179. Hope I win! I don't have any yet but am hearing so much about them! The ones I have seen on You Tube are fascinating!

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  180. Isn't it wonderful how we can connect so easily now and find out about wonderful things, new things and other artists and learn and grow as artists ourselves. Thank you for this give away and congratulations.

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  181. Thanks for the give-away! I would like to see more stenciling on Mail Art.

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  182. love your stuff...my friend steph is ADDICTED!

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  183. Stencil Girl is a great resource. Luv them. Seth is an inspiration to me. I'd like to see more fabric with stenciled repeats! Congratulations on all the likes!!!

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  184. Whoo hoo....I'm a BIG fan of your stencils, would love to own these new ones, they are super! I'd love to see "different" stencils, wild, silly and fun.

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  185. Congratulations on 2500 likes! Keep up the good work! Your posts inspire me! I love stencils and my students love stencils!

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  186. great stencils - love Stencil Girl - following all PINS now!

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  187. Wonderful stencils!!!! Good luck to all!

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  188. p.s. I would love to see more antique ephemera styled stencils!

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  189. amazing stencils - what great texture and movement they would give to a piece. I really apprecitate how unusual and inspiring they are. Good luck with this line.

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  190. I'm a new follower and I look forward to checking out past blog post. Love Seth Apter's art and his stencils. I would love to see videos showing how to create layers on your canvas.

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  191. Wow! Congrats! I'd love to use these with a bleaching technique.

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  192. Hoping to see designs that work well with a Gelli Plate. Random geometric patterns with nature as a base would look great! :)

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  193. What an awesome give away. Love the stencils.

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  194. I love Seth Apter's work, so I know I'd love his stencils! If I were to win, I would incorporate them into my Art Journal pages. I'd love to try them with my Gelli Print Plate, as well! I recently 'liked' your FB page, have'like' Seth Apters FB page for awhile, and today started following Stencil Girl on Pinterest!

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  195. Great stencils! I'd like to see more on techniques with stencils.... I think I am using them properly, but my creations never look like what I see online. Also would like more info about using them with fabric. And finally - more examples and tips for layering!
    Thanks so much for the give-away!

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  196. I would like more nature and architectural stencils. Love the new ones! And, I sure hope to win!

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  197. Congrats to you on the likes!! Me, me, me on winning the stencils! I love these!! Thank you for the chance to win them, that would make my day :) I would love to see gelli plate and stencils tutorials!!

    Tanya

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  198. Congrats and good luck to reach 5000 likes this year! Why not?
    Seth stencils are awesome. Yes please! I would love to see more antique motifs/art stencils, not just from Greece and Egypt, but Sumerian, Persian, Indian or Celtic as well. Unknown fascinates me...Also Latin quotes...and more different lettering styles, antique and grunge. Quite a greedy list!!!

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