Thursday, August 22, 2013

StencilGirl Guest Desinger Cat Kerr

Hi, it's Maria...Today we are very luck to have our friend Cat Kerr here for a special Guest Designer post.  Cat makes the most BEAUTIFUL jewelry and now she is giving you a look into her process. Meet me back at the end to find out how you can win a piece of Cat's jewelry for your very own.Take it away Cat!!!!


Did you say make Jewelry with Stencils?

Why yes, that's exactly what I said!

I'm going to show you how to make Polymer Clay Pendants using the Peacock Feather stencil designed by Kae Pea for StencilGirl.


Hmmm...still not convinced huh?
Ok..watch.








Oh I know exactly what your thinking…with so many wonderful stencils to choose from…I could make a whole bunch of pendants!!



“Hope is a thing with feather’s that perches in the soul.” - Emily Dickenson

Now I hope that you enjoyed my tutorial and if you leave a comment on this post sweet Maria will choose two winners for “Free” and “Love”

Happy Creating friends,
Cat


Thank you Cat!!!! Want to win one of Cat's beautiful pieces of jewelry? All you have to do is leave Cat a comment below for a chance to win! She has given us not ONE but TWO (both you see in the above picture) pieces to give away! You know what that means??!! We will be picking TWO lucky winners! Good Luck! You will have until Tuesday, August 27th at 11:59PM Central time to leave your comment.

Please make sure you visit Cat's Blog and her Etsy Store to see all her other fabulous jewelry!

43 comments:

  1. How beautiful these are. And what a great tutorial and video. Thanks Cat! I would love to win one of these beautiful pendants.

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  2. How lovely, I would never have thought of that, brilliant!

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  3. Beautiful! I've rarely worked with clay but this makes me want to try it again!

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  4. These are just lovely! Makes me want to dig out my stencils and clay :-)

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  5. So gorgeou, Cat!!
    Thank you for the easy-to-follow tutorial! Exquisite!

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  6. These pieces are just gorgeous, Cat! Thanks for both the tutorial and the chance to win one of these pieces!

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  7. Feathers appear when angels are near! Thanks for a great tutorial and the chance to win awesome art! Pam Barnes pamb@kwic.com

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  8. What a fabulous idea!
    I love the pendants - thanks for the chance to win one!!

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  9. I love Cat Kerr's designs. She's such a fabulous artist. So naturally she would come up with these great pendants. Thanks for the tutorial, Cat. Stencils truly are the most versatile tools around :)

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  10. I love Cat Kerr and her work is just amazing! Thank you for the tutorial Cat and using stencils is genius. I would truly love to win one that she's made.

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  11. Wow those turned out beautiful! Love your video. I must check out your other items. I"m loving my stencils.

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    1. Thank you Jane! Congrats you won one of the pendants! Send me your address to Catkerr92@gmail.com

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  13. Your pendents are gorgeous!!! Thank you for the great tutorial..I am going to give it a try:)

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  14. Great tutorial! Such a simple, clever idea! Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway.

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  15. The pendants are gorgeous! Thank you for sharing some of your creative secrets!

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  16. Fabulous pendants! What a great way to use the stencil! Thanks for sharing and showing.

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  17. I've used stamps, but never thought of stencils! How exciting! patsy

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  18. How sweet! Lovely! What a great idea!

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  19. What a fabulous tutorial! I will be looking at my stencils in a whole new way - thank you :)

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  20. Awesome use of the feather stencil....now I wish I would have bought that o e at Stampaway!

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  21. What a brilliant way to use a stencil! Love your pendants!!

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  22. Great Tute! I love the idea of jewelry with stencils and clay. May have to give this a go for Christmas.

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  23. Gorgeous! I'm thinking it would also be a great idea for making embellishments in much the same way! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  24. i am not surprised cat made these beautiful pendants! i know her work and she is one talented artist/jeweler, tx for sharing and inspiring cat! aloha, angi in hana

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  25. Love this idea and Cat's pieces are of course divine!!!
    Also etching through a stencil....dabbing on the ink might just work ......

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  26. Like the pendants, thanks for a chance to win them

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  27. So neat and easy!! Thanks for the inspiration; I have some polymer clay and some stencils too! I want to try this. Thanks for the giveaway too!

    Hugs,

    Carmen L

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    1. Thanks so much Cindy! Congrats you won one of the pendants! Send ,me your address to catkerr92@gmail.com

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  29. Thanks for showing us something different to use the stencils for. I was looking for something to create with all my lovely stencils so that more people could see the results. Well done to you.
    Susan
    shw_samuel@sky.com

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  30. These are beautiful and so unique.

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  31. Love this piece with feathers, Cat! You are always so inventive.

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  32. Love this piece with feathers, Cat! You are always so inventive.

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  33. Thank you for the tutorial. Your necklaces are so beautiful. I may have to give this a try.

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  34. Cat; you never cease to amaze me with your creativity. So very beautiful!

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  35. Love this for so many reasons.

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  36. So pretty!!! Thanks for sharing and of course, I'd love to win also

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  37. Classy! Always love having a new techinique. Thanks for sharing!

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  38. Thank you so much to everyone that left me a comment! Congrats to Cindy Easter & Jane Martin! I will contact you shortly!
    Cat

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  39. Wow, perfect. Fortunately, I found your website! elementi di swarovski

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