Welcome to the StencilGirl blog hop! The star of our hop is Andrew Borloz’s Crossed Rounds and Squares stencil at StencilGirl Products! Want to win his stencil? The details are at the end of this post!
You can watch the video on YouTube here.
Andrew’s stencil repeats extremely well so it can make any size pattern and all the patterns work well together so this is one versatile stencil!
Here’s what the patterned paper looks like with the stamped paper under the deli paper. Such a 20’s art deco feel to me!
This was a great Oops for me- the pattern is a bit off in the top left and I love how it looks- I know what I want to try next time I play with this stencil!
Here’s what I made with the patterned deli paper and the best part is that I have a huge piece of the paper for other projects!
After the camera was off I did add a touch of white stabilo pencil to the woman.
You can win Andrew’s stencil! And you can enter 12 times! How do you enter? With a comment! Leave a comment on each blog in the hop and you’ll have 12 chances to win! But only one comment per blog will be eligible, but you probably figured that out already! The winner will be selected randomly this Sunday night at 11:59pm Central time!
So on with the hop! Next stop, Paula Phillips!
- StencilGirl Talk
- Marjie Kemper
- Kirsten Reed
- Leslie Jenison
- Sami Harding
- Corrine Gilman
- Janet Joehlin
- Linda Kittmer
- Carolyn Dube You’re here!
- Paula Phillips- go here next!
- Mary C. Nasser
- Maria McGuire
I had a couple Ah Ha moments while watching your video. This is a awesome tutorial on the stencil!! I’m also drooling over the green trim!
Looks like such fun. Love the pattern the stencil made and the use of that trim. Very cool!
thank you for the chance to win that’s gr8 smilz
Gorgeous layers, fab spread! Love the video too, thanks!!
I love these colors together, coupled with black. Beautiful.
I love the greens and blues you used. The lay-out looks beautiful.
Thanks for sharing. I’d love to win a stencil.
Another great share from you…and with a possible bonus of a great stencil!
Fab use of the stencil. You really brought out the art deco theme so well and your whole piece with fabric and trim is just wonderful…….NICE! xox
Fantastic tutorial! Thank you so much for showing people how to use that stencil!
Greate tutorial, Carolyn, thank you for sharing!
Hi Carolyn. Great tutorial. It does look very art deco! I love your results!
love the video and the results – thank you!!
I love how you use the stencil! The video is detailed and fun with lots of tips and tricks! Thanks!
Carolyn, as always your work is so inspiring! Love how you used this stencil. I joined the stencil girl stencil club because of your inspirations.
Big swoon over here, Carolyn. Fairy in the pocket time again. Colors, flower, trim.. amazing!!!
Great tutorial, Carolyn!
Love how you always have a sense of humor during the painting process…you always seem to be having fun when you paint!! 🙂
Carolyn, you are one of my favorite art peeps ever. I love your work and this is no exception. I took your Gelli Plate class and would have loved to have this stencil to play with at that time. Great stuff!
Thanks for a video tutorial!!! Another great example of using these stencils to create art. I hope I win!
Love the colors, and thanks for the tutorial…
Awesome tut Carolyn!
Great use of the stencil. Great Tut.
Love your videos! Thanks for the chance to win the stencil.
Thanks for the tutorial. Your work is lovely !
I started out at your website. I love watching your videos on YouTube. I have watched you with other stencils. I particularly liked how you showed how to easily line up the parts of the stencil as I’m no great math genius & am not particularly great with spacial orientations. Thanks also for always showing us that an” oops ” is not always fatal to our work. I have many of Stencil Girls stencils but have not tried this one. Now I am considering it & ones along the same lines as everyone has shown such versatility.
I love your work! I’ve watched several of your Gelli videos & ALWAYS learn something new! TFS!
Beautiful and it looks like it was so fun to make!!
Love this stencil and what you’ve done with it! So many inspiring works of art.
Another great video! This stencil looks like fun and very versatile. You have helped me cope with Oops which I make frequently.
Love your creation! It is a fun page! Great stencil as well! What a wonderful giveaway!
I have been following you for awhile and I learned to much from you!
Beautiful work…LOVE the colors!
smashing video with fab results Carolyn, Happy PPF, hugs Annette x
I just love your style and videos. Thanks for sharing! 🙂
Thanks for the great video. So inspiring.
Great tutorial and I especially like your fabric flower touch.
My inner architect said, “There are times you need to measure. This is not one if those times.” This stencil is crazy versatile. Must have. 🙂
love the video
Very cool Art Deco style I love the woman and the white pencil! The lace is a nice touch as well 🙂
Awesome! Thanks so much for the tutorial!!
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i love what u did carolyn, i tell u i am learning so many tricks/techniques in this bloghop, i am off to get some deli paper! tx for sharing and inspiring, aloha, angi in hana
Loved your video!
Fabulous project. I love seeing how you created this, and you make it all look so easy!
Amazing… I love how this came out!
Stopping in from PPF to say hello…
have an artful weekend!
It’s all about layering! Love it! Thanks for the fun video, too.
LOVED the video! You made me chuckle several times. What could be better, to learn more about mixed media with a generous dose of chuckles! I am SO NOT the engineer type and do not have patience so I was grinning and enjoying every minute of your video. Love the little tips to get things lined up! Gorgeous finished project! Will need to remember the little trick of painting the silhouettes! TFS. I shared your video on fb, added you to my bloglovn account, added you to my youtube playlist!
Oh, love it!!!!
What a versatile stencil! Love it.
Thanks for the video and showing us ways to use this great stencil!
I was entranced by your video. It’s always worth watching the process and trying to understand the choices artists make.
Nice to see the stencil being used as a repeat. There seem to be so many possibilities for it.
Wonderful video – love the results of your repeated and layered patterns. Thanks for sharing.
Coming out of lurkdom to say…Super tutorial!! Love watching how you get from nothing to a beautiful piece. Also…I thought I was the only one left in the world with the original Xyron 850! So happy to know I’m not alone.
Great video and what a fun piece. I love your style.
Love the look of this piece!! Great tutorial!
Such a fabulously versatile stencil!
I love the page you created!
I am just starting to build a collection of stencils and this would be a great one to add. Thanks for the chance to win it
fab tutorial and yes -looks like a very versatile stencil. Awesome project Carolyn!!
thanks for the imperfect perfect. Just shows what happens with opportunities. C
Oh I loved watching your video. I had alot of “Ah-has” as well! I also subscribed to your blog. Loved seeing how you used the stencil, thanks for sharing and look forward to more of your art.
I absolutely LOVE your videos – and this was fun to watch you layer this stencil.
Lovely piece and nicely done tutorial!
I love the project you made from the typical crafter, I might use that pile. Love the colors and thanks for sharing.
Carol, I so enjoyed the video. Your techniques were inspiring. I got a lot of new ideas and love the stencil. Hope to be the winner! Thanks for sharing your enthusiasm and art with us.
This was a great mini lesson on how to do the repeating patters. Thank you, your picture came out really pretty too! Hope I wine a stencil, Sanna
Wonderful use of the stencil.
Wow, Carolyn, great way to do stenciling. Beautiful colors.
Great video as always-your piece makes me think of Audrey Hepburn. This stencil is a must have.
Inspiring, gorgeous art…thanks for sharing!!
love the tutorial and the stencil
I am so glad I found your wonderful blog!7
I lovethis … thanks for all the ideas.
Love what you made using that stencil. How cool is that? You gave me a boost of inspiration.
I loved seeing your process. Deli paper is my favorite!
Carolyn Thanks for your awesome and energetic videos, Love them. You show how to line up stencils in such an easy way! thanks for the chance to win.
Your art is so inspiring !
Another wonderful video! I posted it on my facebook page and encouraged everyone to support you. You are one of my favorite artists. I LOVED your Gelli plate class! I have made an entire book out of Gelli prints that I love. Thanks for all of the inspiration!
I always enjoy your work, this is no exception. I love your color palette and how you encorporated the stencil into your piece. ((((HUGS)))
Never thought to use deli paper to make “paper” – what a fab idea!!
Such a great piece, those colours have omph and style!
More I see this stencil, more I love it.
Love your videos – regular viewer, you make me smile with your asides. Thank you.
As usual, I love your video. The way you explained how to use this stencil was perfect and I am going to give it a go. Thanks for sharing
Love, love! Great color combination and the lace! <3
Lovely page! I’m such a huge fan of Art Deco. Such a fun stencil!
The colors in this piece are amazing!
Awesome video and WIPs!
BEAUTIFUL “oops” 🙂 Inspired me!!!!
Carolyn, your videos are the best! I see your name everywhere (Pinterest and YouTube) and have watched many of your tutorials. This one is no exception; you make me LOL while learning your techniques. Great project. Thanks for sharing. Anni
Great tutorial – thank you so much for the video – and the finished project looks terrific.
I do not have to be a engineer or even think
Oh heavens my computer went nuts. Love you site and the latest stencil technique.
Thanks for sharing~you have taken the work out of it!
thanks for the video. i’m loving the hop … learning so much! thanks!
Oh how joyful! All those different mediums! Nice!
Loved the video..
As always, another great video!! That stencil is very versatile and one I will definitely add to my collection eventually…sooner if I am lucky enough to win it!! Gosh, I really love using stencils and there are so many awesome ones out there. Guess I’ll be broke forever ’cause I’ll be too busy buying stencils!!
Love your page – will have to come back for the video. Trying to comment on as many blogs as possible. That is a very useful and fun stencil – I love using stencils in my paintings!
Love the way the paper works with this stencil. Beautiful colors. ~Hobby
Love the fact you made a video to show exactly how you created your project. I’m a new subscriber to you on YouTube….love your sense of humor and you help me be more free with my creating.
Thanks for sharing so many techniques and your inspiration. This is a fun blog hop. Already subscribe to yours but enjoying finding new ones.
WOW!! This blog hop is sooo fun. so many different ideas, all using the same stencil!! Thanks for the inspiration
Just lovely Carolyn. I really enjoy your vids and how you make expansively. You are one darn wonderful artiste you! HeArtfully and a warm hug, Samara
Brilliant use of Andrew’s versatile stencil, Carolyn! Love all the layering both of the elements of the stencil itself, but of your other elements, as well! I am already a big fan of Carolyn Dube, but so happy to follow you as a member of the StencilGirl DT! Congrats yet again!!
“HIP, HIP… HOORAY!!”
Love the post and a chance to win this incredible stencil… “count me in!” :]
What a wonderful tutorial – such a great idea to show how you can fill a page with small patterns! Love what you’ve done here and you sure rocked the Xyron application, too!
Carolyn, how stunning. I love ladies in black dresses, so elegant. Thanks for participating in this great blog hop! Hope I win that stencil!
oops, left a comment meant for here on another post, sorry. I loved your video, your ability to make art for us to learn from is awesome. well done
Great tutorial! Love your work!
Great work! I’m bookmarking your blog – some of the comments you made in a more recent post (about the “kindergarten face” and your muse) are a train of thought I need to follow and work through, myself. Thank you so much for sharing!
Beautiful, informative, fun video as usual!!
Your use of deli paper is delish! Thanks for sharing your process and creativity:)
Thanks for the instruction. As a beginner I need it.
Great deli paper technique with the stencil!
Carolyn, it was so much fun watching you make this project! You are so free to do whatever comes to you at that moment. I will try to put that same attitude to my projects and not be afraid to just do it!! Thanks for the inspiration!
Deli paper prints up so beautifully, I love how you used it with the Xyron!
like watching your youtube videos first time at your blog. thanks hop
Love the deli paper and stencil work!
This is a great stencil. I haven’t seen anything like it before. I really want it in my stash. Thanks for the great tutorial
I love all your work and videos. You put a smile on my face. Thank you for sharing this. I love it.