Saturday, July 27, 2013

Stencils What Do You See?

Thank you to all that visited our very first StencilGirl Talk Blog Hop yesterday! 
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I thought I'd share a little "play" project I did with you awhile back but never posted. When you look at a stencil, what do you see? 
See this stencil? 
It was an exclusive stencil in our monthly StencilClub.

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Well when I look at this stencil...this is what I see :) 

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I could have went ON and ON and ON
Who would have thought that one little 6" x 6" stencil could give you so many patterns?
Now next time I ask you to look at a stencil think what I showed you today!

Yes, it was an exclusive stencil....but I wonder if you saw, our Creative Team Member, Marjie Kemper is giving this 6" x 6" stencil away in our Blog Hop. 
Didn't enter yet, you still have time!

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Have a great weekend!



11 comments:

  1. I love what you can do with this Stencil, I cannot see beyond what is staring me in the face, so this is very informative to give me more ideas. xx

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    1. Thanks Pumpy! Try it, look at it, turn it--you will be amazed what you see!

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  2. Imagining all the different ways to use patterns in these stencils often leads me to other ideas I would never have thought of. You illustrated that beautifully here...Thanks for the reminder to reallt see....xox

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  3. Loving the different ways you're using one stencil!
    Very inspiring!

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  4. Super sweet, very clean looking! Nice colors,too.

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  5. Great use of this stencil Love it

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  6. I'd loke the stecil cub if it was only 6 X 6 stencils but I shop here alot

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  7. you have some awesome stencils. I would love to but them for my Art Room. . . My students would have a great time

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  8. Sometimes, it is difficult to see the forest for the trees, and other times, as in the case of this stencil, it is difficult to see the trees when confronted with the "forest." Thanks, Maria, for breaking this great--and versatile--stencil down to its many elements! Way to go!

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