Thursday, March 14, 2013

Jessica Sporn's Retro Flowers & Circles Stencil Blog Hop

Be Brave, Bloom 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.

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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 2nd April and 20th June 2013 and you can check the Fun Borders and 6 Point Starry Night stencil test drive I did last month as well. Visit Jessica's blog for all the details and to grab a button for your blog.

Go hop by Maria McGuire and Michelle Rydell who are test driving this stencil today as well and check out what they're doing with it. :)

Stencil Girl just released a line of stencils designed by Jessica Sporn. Starting December 6, and 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 and 2nd April 2013. Visit Jessica's blog for all the details and to grab a button for your blog.

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30 comments:

  1. fantastic, love the big hair and that design you created using that stencil. will be watching that video too later. x

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  2. Nice piece, love the acid colours! Valerie

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  3. Love your big hair on your girls!

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  4. LOVE it. You should make a calendar for 2014 of your big hair girls! The stencil design makes a great element in them, and I really love how it looks in the black and white too. Very space age! xo

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  5. Hi dear Natasha,
    thank you for stopping by and your lovely words. Your Blog is fantastic and I will be a follower :)
    Hugs Erika

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  6. Love the pretty girl's features and the details that you have done with the stencil.

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  7. It's the big hair that makes me smile! LOVE the green hair. I'm tempted, however, somehow I don't think it would compare. xoDonna

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  8. Love her Natasha! You have to be brave to have hair like that :) She pulls it off beautifully!!!

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  9. fabulous art Natasha!! I agree with Jessica-you should make a calendar of these big haired ladies! The top one here would be perfect for March-St. Patty's Day!

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  10. Beautiful work on both of your pages Natasha! I love how you used the stencils on your big-hair girls! So creative and unique!

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  11. Your sucker punch made me laugh! LOL! Great video and both your girls are excellent! I love your humor! LOL!

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  12. Oh the way you do hair is just amazing:)
    Lovely work!
    Xx

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  13. Fantastic! Love your big hair girls!

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  14. I so want to have hair like your girls' do! I want my hairdresser to take that stencil to may hair! That won't stand out at all in a small mid-western town will it...

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  15. Your girl creations are always wonderful and so creative! Love them! ~ enjoy ^_^

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  16. Natasha May, I just looked at Jessica's blog and how she's used the same fab stencil. Your art is wonderful. Love the bright colors.

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  17. LOVE your big hair girls Natasha May! HPPF!

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  18. I heart your big hair girls with stencils!!
    ♥♥♥
    Happy PPF!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

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  19. love how you've incorporated the stencil into that fab hair.
    Happy PPF, Annette x
    http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

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  20. Fabulous quote...my mom always said, "NEVER draw attention to your flaws, people will hone in on them!" So true...I look at a persons whole package and rarely concentrate on the flaws!!

    Awesome art...love those colourful ladies!!

    Hugs Giggles

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  21. Absolutely beautiful!!!!!

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  22. Beautiful, love the way you used the stencil! <3

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  23. ooooh this is too pretty!!!!

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  24. Very fun use of cute stencil ...hPPF!

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  25. Your girl(s) make me smile. Love this - HPPF

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  26. Gorgeous colors ... lovely patterns...cheerful work :)

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  27. Love the stencils and drips in the hair of your ladies. Wonderful work. I love this style

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  28. This is a fun piece. Blessings, Janet PPF

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  29. I love the way you used the stencil, and then were those foam stamps? I have not seen those before. So for the drips, did you just dilute acrylic paint? Great effect and so interesting.

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