Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Jessica Sporn's Fun Borders Stencil Blog Hop

Stencil Girl released a line of stencils designed by Jessica Sporn. Continuing once or twice a month through June 2013, Jessica asked me and a bunch of other artists to take her stencils on a "test drive." We'll show you how we used her stencils, and you're invited to play along too.
Look for my post on 14th March, 2nd April and 20th June 2013 as well and you can check out the 6 Point Starry Night stencil drive I did last month. Visit Jessica's blog for all the details and to grab a button for your blog.
All It Takes Is Love is painted on fine cardboard the size of 6"x8" or 15x20cm. Price is 30$ including p&p. If you're interested e-mail me and I'll send you an invoice through PayPal.

You might have seen this painting before on my FB page during my 30 days challenge. You can watch the video below to see how I used this stencil.


And another one. :) I really love that swirl and star.
Embrace Your Uniqueness is painted on fine cardboard the size of 6"x8" or 15x20cm. Price is 30$ including p&p. If you're interested e-mail me and I'll send you an invoice through PayPal.
Go hop by the other artists blogs who are test driving this stencil today and check out what they're doing with it. :)
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30 comments:

  1. Nice work, love that stencil! Valerie

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  2. smashing work with those fab stencils Natasha, Annette x

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  3. I love your creativity! What a great idea to put patterns in her hair. So joyful!

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  4. Love the 'big hair' ladies you are doing at the moment, and what a great use of the stencils too. What are those pens you use for the faces?

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  5. Great idea to use the stencils like that! Love your girls!

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  6. Beautiful beautiful. I love them all. Thank you so much for joining the test drive!

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  7. You've created so much lately everything looks great

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  8. I really enjoyed your video and seeing your process Natasha. The way you used the stencil was really creative and I love your project!!!

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  9. Your "big hair" ladies are so cool. I will definitely have to try that technique. And these stencils are great for it!

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  10. wow, you are wonderfully creative with stencils! Each piece is a joy to see.

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  11. What you have done with the stencil is one of a kind work.
    Love your girls.

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  12. Love those big hair gals! Such a great idea using the stencil this way.

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  13. Love how you used the stencil! The layers rock!

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  14. I love your girls and I think it's so cool the way you used the stencils!

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  15. I love the way you use stencils in their hair! And those lips on the first girl are LUCIOUS!

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  16. What a brilliant way to do hair....so original!
    xx
    Sue

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  17. Such a clever use of stencils! Wow! Happy PPF

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  18. Lovely, awesome use of stencil and those luscious lips!

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  19. Wonderful art work ~ creative stencils and love your portrait work ^_^ Happy PPF ^_^

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  20. Always love your art Natasha! HPPF!

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  21. Love your big hair girls and the way you incorporate your stencils into them!! They're fabulous!!!
    ♥♥♥
    Happy PPF!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

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  22. So clever your use of that stencil. I've been watching this test drive of stencils through everyone's blogs - it is so amazing to me the creativity that comes from them. Great work.

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  23. I love these girls with their mad stencilled afros and truly amazing lips!!

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  24. I love your ladies with their big-and sometimes bold hair-really fab!! That red/black/white one really caught my eye.Happy PPF!

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  25. Natasha May I love what you have done with the borders. Very creative.

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  26. Nice work Natasha. Those stencils look great and they seem to do an amazing job. Love the afros and those lips are very full and sexy.;)

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  27. Loving the light and bright fun-ness of the last piece there! I've never really worked with stencils before, you did a great job!

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  28. What fun use of stencils! Love them all!

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  29. Great work!!! Love the hair!!

    Karen x

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  30. These are great and so out of the box creative. Blessings, Janet PPF

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