Stencil Blog Hop – Stand Up Bass

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Welcome to my 5th Stencil  Blog Hop! This time I invited 5 wonderful artist friends to hop along with me and show case my 6×6 inch StencilGirl Products StandUp Bass Stencil.

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And I give away one StandUp Bass Stencil! Comment here for an entry into this giveaway! And if you also comment on all the other listed blogs I will  give you an entry into the giveaway for each blog you comment on–how cool is that! You have six chances to win it. Leave a comment on each of the listed blogs and on my blog  and let us know how you like the projects and I will pick randomly one lucky winner. You have time to comment till August 27, 2013 – midnight EST.

Edited on August 31, 2013: The winner is Cyndi from CeeCee Studio, Congratulations. Cindy, please email me with your postal address so I can get this stencil sent out to you :) , Nat

 

Edited September 23, 2013: Although I tried hard to get the winner’s addy – I never heard back. I will do a new drawing from a different post soon as I am sure someone else will be happy to receive the stencil :)

Here are my friends joining me this time :

Louise Nelson: My rocking friend from Australia- cannot wait myself to see what she has up her sleeves this time :)

Carmen Sanchez: Cuchy always has the most fun ideas – she is a wonderful artist from Madrid, Spain

Carolyn Dube: rocks the stencils on the StencilGirl Products Creative Team!

Michelle Hernandez: did a wonderful project last week already with my typewriter stencil- I cannot wait what this amazing Scrapbooker is doing this week

Maria McGuire: another stencil queen and the Creative Team Leader at StencilGirl Products

 

Why a StandUp Bass? Well…that is what I see when I walk into my husband’s music room next to my studio. I love this instrument. It is massive and beautiful and I love the sound of it too. I thought it can represent so many things like music, art, harmony, it is a good birthday card theme etc.

Here is what I created for today:

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This is a gift card holder. I created it using two manila tags and here is how:

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Starting with Tag 1

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After you used the chalk through the stencil on tag one- you have a lot of access of chalk on top of the stencil

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and here is the other side of the gift card holder after spicing it up with some fun stamps etc.

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Here are the supplies I used:

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Now hop on over to my friends and check what they did and comment for some changes to win the stencil :)

Louise Nelson

Carmen Sanchez

Carolyn Dube

Michelle Hernandez

Maria McGuire

 

Have Fun

Nat

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Comments (55)

  • angi eharis

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    i cannot believe what u just did! i love it! i am going to have to try this today! so much talent with these stencil girls! tx for sharing, aloha, angi

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  • Jessica Sporn

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    I just love this stencil. Fabulous technique too. You are so generous with your knowledge! xoxo

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  • jackie

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    love love love the stencil and technique!!!

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  • Stephanie C

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    Love the final result! And thank you so much for the step by step!

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  • Glenda Hoagland

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    Beautiful card. I have never used liquid chalk, need to try it out. Did you put a fixative on the pas pastel before you proceeded? Thanks so much for sharing. I would love to win this stencil.

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  • Jessica

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    Thanks for this great tutorial!

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  • Tamara

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    This stencil is one of my favourites from the ones you have designed – love all the techniques you used for the gift card and I might actually try them out :-)

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  • Carolyn Dube

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    Your Stand Up Bass has been such fun to play with – and now after seeing yours I want to go and play with it some more!

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  • Kripa

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    Thanks for sharing. Lots of inspiration.

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  • Barb

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    Such great ideas! Love this!

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