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Video playing around with stencilsThings don’t always go as planned with me and that is what happened here.  I had the intention of making this into a blueprint type of thing since this stencil was inspired by blueprints of archeological sites.  But my mind took it a totally different direction and turned into an idea factory!  Be sure to check out the video and see how I layer the stencils.

Blueprint of Archeological Treasures stencil by Carolyn Dube for StencilGirl Products

 

I’m giving away one 9×12 Blueprints of Archeological Treasures stencil to one random commenter!  This is day 6 of the giveaway – be sure you’re entered into the 5 giveaways from earlier this week!  I’ve got all the links below for you.

 

Watch Layering stencils on top of each other on YouTube.

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Win This Stencil!

To celebrate the launch of my stencils, I’m sharing a new video every day this week and a stencil giveaway each day!

Today you can win Blueprint of Archeological Treasures 9×12  and no matter which side of the pond  you are on you are eligible to win!   Leave a comment and you’ll be entered!

Want more chances?  Share this on Facebook. Come back and leave a comment telling me where you shared for another chance.  Share on Pinterest then come back…Share on Twitter….then come back. You get the idea!

Giveaway closes on Wednesday, November 26th  and I’ll announce the winners here on the blog on Friday, November 28th.

Be sure to check out the giveaways from earlier this week too!

Monday: Picasso’s Words

Tuesday: Kindergarten Writing

Wednesday: Blueprint of Archeological Treasures 6×6

Thursday: Fridge Poetry

Friday: Verbage

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Video Turning Gelli Prints into Journal Prompts with a Stencil

Verbage stencil by Carolyn Dube for StencilGirl ProductsI use art to process emotions and feelings but sometimes I get stuck.  That’s when having a prompt helps me get moving again.  Gelli prints and my new Verbage stencil to the rescue!

This stencil, packed with words of action  to celebrate the emotions and excitement of life, is a great way to create prompt cards.  And I’m giving one away to celebrate my latest release at StencilGirl!

Watch  Using a Stencil to Create Journal Prompts on YouTube.

 

Video Turning Gelli Prints into Journal Prompts with a Stencil

 

*Just to clarify, Verbage is not to be confused with verbiage.  Verbiage is a real word.  Verbage is a slang term that refers to a big list of verbs like on this stencil.

 

 

 

Win This Stencil!

To celebrate the launch of my stencils, I’m sharing a new video every day this week and a stencil giveaway each day!  Today you can win a Verbage stencil and no matter which side of the pond  you are on you are eligible to win!   Leave a comment and you’ll be entered!

Want more chances?  Share this on Facebook. Come back and leave a comment telling me where you shared for another chance.  Share on Pinterest then come back…Share on Twitter….then come back. You get the idea!  Giveaway closes on Wednesday, November 26th  and I’ll announce the winners here on the blog on Friday, November 28th.

Be sure to check out the giveaways from earlier this week too!

Monday: Picasso’s Words

Tuesday: Kindergarten Writing

Wednesday: Blueprint of Archeological Treasures 6×6

Thursday: Fridge Poetry

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Stenciling Your Own Tickets

Video showing how to use a stencil to create your own word tickets!

I managed to solve one of my problems today as the videos and giveaways continue celebrating my latest release at StencilGirl!

What was my problem? I love the look of tickets and all they symbolize so I adore creating with tickets.  But I get very protective of my “special” tickets because they are vintage or feel one of a kind or were expensive and hesitate to actually art with them.

Fridge Poetry Stencil by Carolyn Dube for StencilGirl ProductsNot any more!  Now, I can create my own tickets any time I want thanks to my new stencil, Fridge Poetry from over at StencilGirl.  Best of all, this is fast and easy.

 

Watch Stenciling Your Own Tickets on YouTube.

Win This Stencil!

To celebrate the launch of my stencils, I’m sharing a new video every day this week and a stencil giveaway each day!  Today you can win Fridge Poetry and no matter which side of the pond  you are on you are eligible to win!   Leave a comment and you’ll be entered!

Want more chances?  Share this on Facebook. Come back and leave a comment telling me where you shared for another chance.  Share on Pinterest then come back…Share on Twitter….then come back. You get the idea! Giveaway closes on Wednesday, November 26th  and I’ll announce the winners here on the blog on Friday, November 28th.

Be sure to check out the giveaways from earlier this week too!

Monday: Picasso’s Words

Tuesday: Kindergarten Writing

Wednesday: Blueprint of Archeological Treasures 6×6

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