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Welcome to our FIRST StencilGirl Talk Blog Hop!
Welcome to our FIRST StencilGirl Talk Blog Hop!
Today our entire team is participating in the Hop. Our Blog Hops are going to be "progressive" Hops, meaning that you will start here on StencilGirl Talk and then follow the list to the next blog on the list and then so on until you get to the end.
Today we are featuring StencilGirl Artist, Andrew Borloz.
Want to know a little more about Andrew?
Please visit his Bio Page on StencilGirl Products.
From the minute you have one of Andrew's stencils in your hands you will know that there is some serious creativity that goes into his designs.
Today we are going to all be using Andrew's Crossed Rounds & Squares Stencil.
As I said earlier, Andrew's stencils are very creative.
He has made up a few examples for you so that you can see just how different you can make this stencil look.
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Before we start the Hop how about a GIVEAWAY from StencilGirl?
Before we start the Hop how about a GIVEAWAY from StencilGirl?
We are giving away Andrew's Crossed Rounds & Squares Stencil to ONE lucky winner! What do you have to do? Let's make this fun--leave a comment here on this post. That will give you one chance...BUT as you hop through the blogs every time you leave a comment on one of our Team Member's Blogs you will be given another chance!
So that is TWELVE chances to win Andrew's stencil! Please, only one comment per Blog. You will have until Sunday, July 28th at 11:59 PM to leave your comment to be eligible. We will announce the winner on Tuesday, July 31st.
As a matter of fact, I have some inside information that there may be a few other giveaways along the way in the hop.
Ready to start the Hop and see what all our Creative Team Members did with Andrew's stencil?
Here we go......please hop on over to Marjie Kemper
If for any reason you get lost on the hop, just come back here to StencilGirl Talk and we will help you find your way!
StencilGirl Talk ..........You are here now
Marjie Kemper.........Next Stop
Mary C. Nasser
Wow! A very usable stencil in so many ways!ReplyDelete
Could use it in sooooo many ways.
thank you for the chance to win that's gr8. smilzReplyDelete
Wow, amazing samples!! So clever, love it and thanks for the chance!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the great tutorial/samples!ReplyDelete
I'd love to win a the stencil. Going to hop on over to the other blogs :).ReplyDelete
Love Andrew's samples. The geometric pop of color is wonderful. And his step out is great. xoxReplyDelete
Absolutely love these stencils!!Delete
Here I am hopping all over the place AND getting creative vibes - a win win situation. Many thanks.ReplyDelete
What a fabulous stencil this is, and the stepped-out illustrations are making me drool even more. Thanks for the chance to win!ReplyDelete
Love the idea of combining all the patterns in the stencil!ReplyDelete
Interesting and fun stencil!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for this great blog hop! It gives me a chance to see how different artists are using my crossed rounds & squares stencil, and can't wait to produce new stencil designs!ReplyDelete
Andrew is a *GENIUS* at stencil designs!ReplyDelete
Was so fun to participate in this blog hop using one of his stencils!
Can't wait to see what all my amazing teammates come up with! :)
Thanks, Mary, and thanks so much for your participation! It was fun to see how differently people used one of my stencil designs!Delete
What a versatile and fun stencil!ReplyDelete
This would be a great project to do in a classroom of kids. They love patterns! Thanks for the hop opp!ReplyDelete
Great stencils...thanks for the opportunity!ReplyDelete
What a cool set of stencils!! I'd love to win them!ReplyDelete
Ooooh love those, if its open to UKers, can I be added to the opp to win.ReplyDelete
I am just getting started with stencils, so this would be a great addition, thanks for the chance...Anna HReplyDelete
that Stencil has a ton of options and variations How coolReplyDelete
Thanks for the give away
So many possibilities. Nice.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the chance to win this very versatile stencil , I would be thrilled to win.ReplyDelete
Love how versatile this stencil is! Thanks!ReplyDelete
Oh I LOVE LOVE LOVE this stencil! And I love that you showed the progression - makes it easier to realize all the things you can do! Thanks for sharing - and thanks for a chance to win this stencil!!ReplyDelete
what a fun stencil! tx for sharing and inspiring, aloha, angi in hanaReplyDelete
Cool stencil. Thanks for the give awayReplyDelete
This is one of the most versatile stencils I've ever seen! The possibilities are endless!!!!ReplyDelete
Wow... it was great to see the layering broken out into steps! Will certainly help me look at things in a new perspective! This stencil would be great to have.... so many possibilities!ReplyDelete
I'd LOVE to win this cool stencil. I see a lot of possibilities with it for gelli prints and more. Thanks for the tutorial and "combinations" to create certain patterns. Awesome! Crossing my fingers. Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity!!!ReplyDelete
Wow! What an awesome & talented team you have! I loved hopping along through all the blogs & can't wait to visit them further! Thanks for the inspiration & the chance to win some goodies!ReplyDelete
Love, love , love all the stencils! Thanks for the opportunity!ReplyDelete
what an ingenious way to get so many varieties from one stencil. Andrew ROCKS!!ReplyDelete
Great stencil with such a variety of uses and creations. What a wonderful giveaway!ReplyDelete
These stencils are great! I like how much detail they have kinda reminds me of computer patterns on old computers way back when they first came out.ReplyDelete
This blog hop was fun and I learn some great ways to use the stencil. I really enjoyed the tutorials...now if I only could win one!ReplyDelete
Goodness! 35 comments already!!! The stencil looks like a great option for my Gelli plate...if only :)ReplyDelete
This looks like a super fun stencil!! What a great design!ReplyDelete
I love working with stencils and this layered stencil is so cool! I just love the color play.ReplyDelete
Love the way Andrew's stencils work. So many possibilities.ReplyDelete
Sure miss Artfest!
Love the stencil! Can't wait to build my stash and have lots of stenciling fun!!!ReplyDelete
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I believe I met Andy at the Vendor's Faire at Create NJ. I had a lovely chat with him about Westwood.ReplyDelete
Yes, Stephanie, that's me! And I could not believe that we are only five minutes from each other by car.Delete
Such neat stencils! Love all the creative options.ReplyDelete
Love this stencil! Especially the crossed circles. Creative idea to layer them. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Wow - I had to really study each example to see which stencils was used where. I like this stencil a lotReplyDelete
I love circles and I love squares. What a fun combo to layer!ReplyDelete
Very cool stencil! Pretty amazing all the looks that can be achieved with the one stencil!ReplyDelete
This stencil gives great layering effects. What fun.ReplyDelete
What a fantastic stencil. I love how versatile it is. Would be a great prize to win!ReplyDelete
Clever combinations...I could use that.ReplyDelete
I love this stencil!ReplyDelete
This is a great addition for any stencil collection, so many combinations! Can't wait to start using it myself!!ReplyDelete
What a fun and useful stencil - so many possibilities! Thanks for the chance to win.ReplyDelete
Enjoying the geometric possibilitiesReplyDelete
I can see that this would be a stencil to use over and over again - so many fun possibilities!ReplyDelete
I am having fun and it looks like someone could have lots of fun with that stencil!ReplyDelete
What a fabulously versatile stencil!!ReplyDelete
Loved using this stencil and know it will be one of my favorite "go to" stencils for future projects too! Looking forward to taking a class from you Andrew in Stamford!ReplyDelete
Cool! Looking forward to seeing you, Kirsten, in Stamford!Delete
how exciting!! i love the design and how it isn't simple but can be !! fantastic!ReplyDelete
What a fab stencil! Thanks Andy and Stencil Girl!ReplyDelete
I am just starting to build a stencil collection and this would a great one to add to it. Thanks for giving me a chance to win oneReplyDelete
Love the new blog!!!! Melissa Norman aka email@example.comReplyDelete
Wow,talk about versatile,I'll be adding this one to my collection for sure. On my way to the next stop.ReplyDelete
I love simple geometric stencils and seeing how Andrew put them together to get more complexity was awesome.ReplyDelete
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This is one cool stencil...like a mix and match set of clothes! What's not to love about that???ReplyDelete
Ooh, how I would love to win this awesome stencil! The possiblities are endless! Peace to your heart, Sara firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
So... I'd complain about there only being ONE winner except we ALL win after taking the blog hop tour, which I just completed. What a range of techniques and creative ideas for one lone stencil! Okay...six-in-one stencil. Gotta have it now.....thanks to all the talent I was privy to see today!ReplyDelete
Thanks for saying that Tinkie Bean. There will be many ways to win in the future! So stay tuned!Delete
After seeing what everyone else made with your lovely stencil Andrew, I really would love to win! Loved your own samples and examples too Andrew, get the mind all creatively fired up!!!! Thanks, SannaReplyDelete
love the stencils and great ideasReplyDelete
I would love to have this stencil!ReplyDelete
I just had to come back and say Fabulous Team-Fabulous Blog Hop-I'm already looking forward to the next one.ReplyDelete
Andrew is so clever! I'd love to add this stencil to my supplies!ReplyDelete
Love this stencil. Andrew did a great job!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Wee Von!Delete
Awesome stencil design! I have enjoyed seeing how everyone has taken the stencil and used it to fit their own style!! Thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
I linked here from Marjerie's blog about the blog hop. I love Andrew's stencil, it is extremely versatile. As a stencil junkie, I want this!!!ReplyDelete
I love stencils and I have been bugging my other half to PLEASE let me join the Stencil Club - I am wearing him down, slowly but surely - thanks for the chance to win & good luck everyone :)ReplyDelete
Crossing my fingers for you Christi! You will love it!Delete
I love this stencil, amazed to see all that can be done with it. I have only found out about these Stencils and love them I am following you on Pinterest, I am sure you can give me lots of inspiration. Lovies to youReplyDelete
I love this stencil!!! So many ways to use it. Thanks for the inspirationReplyDelete
Would love to win this stencil, it is so dynamic. I love stencil girl and have been a fan since meeting MB Shaw at artfestReplyDelete
Great use of color... definitely right brain/left brain creating!ReplyDelete
Fun! Fun! And more Fun!ReplyDelete
They look great, so effective. I hadn't heard of StencilGirl until recently, but I like what I see a lot.ReplyDelete
Hi all. Isn't it great to see how the actual designer pursieves (oops my spelling never was that great) their product will be used. Love the site.ReplyDelete
I love this stencil.. very creative.. with endless possibilities.ReplyDelete
Stencils are such a cool tool! At first they seem rigid, but as shown above, they are so flexible!ReplyDelete
Love the creative way this stencil is used. Must add that I am so happy that this team is giving us so many "extra" ideas. Just wish fall would come so I have more pep!ReplyDelete
What fun! I love blog hops. I learn so much as I hop! Thanks for the chance!ReplyDelete
So cool to see so many ways to use one stencil!ReplyDelete
What a neat concept to have interchangeable layers in one stencil. I like that it's simple shapes that can be used as repeating elements or combined into a pattern. Elegant concept!ReplyDelete
OMG!!!! Just finished the blog hop. what inspiration!!! my brain is spinning!! All with the use of 1 stencil. sooo looking forward to your future hops!! Thanks to all! esp to Andy for his stencil!!ReplyDelete
Fascinating to see the combination of layers. thanks. CandyReplyDelete
Love the stencils! Awesome!ReplyDelete
I love Stencilgirl Stencils, but don't have that one. Hint, hint! LOL!ReplyDelete
oh wow, I just saw this post! I love that stencil and the ways Andrew has used it. I don't own this one! Thanks for a change to win it!ReplyDelete
Thanks for a great stencil, once I saw the step-outs I can really see myself using it!ReplyDelete
Love the stencils!ReplyDelete
Love the stencils and really love the chance to blog hop - thanks so much. Hopping off to get some inspiration.ReplyDelete
How creative, love the idea of stenciling over another stencil!ReplyDelete
Love to have one of theseReplyDelete
Oh wow, this looks like fun! Both the stencil and the blog hop. :DReplyDelete
I love this stencil and the endless interactivity of it, what a smart design. I am off to look at the blog hop and wondering how we ever lived without stencils :)ReplyDelete
What a versatile stencil...SOOO much fun could be had!ReplyDelete
Saaaweeet give away! Oh the possibilities!ReplyDelete
it's so great to see what can be done with circles and squares, great combos Andrew.ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh! I'm drooling over the stencils, the potential, the possibilities, etc.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the creative posts!ReplyDelete
So many designs in one stencil! I'm dizzy!! but ready to stencil.ReplyDelete
I just started using stencils in my mixed media projects and I love them.ReplyDelete
I love the multi purpose-ness of this stencil. I would love to try it with pan pastels!ReplyDelete
As an artist and ex-math teacher, I love this geometric design stencil. Squares and circles always help me feel balanced, when I'm in the midst of creative chaos. I'd love to use these in my mixed media designs.ReplyDelete
Awesome stencil and a great technique! I love the layering!ReplyDelete
I love it when I get instructions!! Love the patterns these stencils make! Thanks for the chance!ReplyDelete
Wonderful stencil patterns and love seeing a male artist featured on the "StencilGirl" site!! :)ReplyDelete
Love the stencils and thanks for the giveaway.ReplyDelete
What a great idea ... a chance to win a stencil and to see alot of creative peopleReplyDelete
What a cool stencil!ReplyDelete
Wow i haven't seen a stencil like that before what a good ideaReplyDelete
OMG! That's one cool stencil!ReplyDelete
I am a stencil addict, and these are ingenious! Great creation. Thanks for the contest. :)ReplyDelete
Would love to win this stencil! Thanks for showing different ideas for using it.ReplyDelete
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