Stencil Crush Tuesday™ 2-7-17 

Hi friends as promised today we are having our Stencil Crush Tuesday™ video. Yesterday the Jessica Sporn Creative team had an amazing Love / DecoArts blog hop so if you missed you can check it out here, there are amazing videos and projects and a fabulous giveaway.

For today’s video I was kinda feeling the “love” theme still but with a little different vibe. One of the things I have always done on any card to my husband is write at the bottom xxoo so you will see in the video where I’m taking this and I love how it turned out. Hope you enjoy it!!  Be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel here so you won’t miss any of my videos.

Here is a list of the stencils used in today’s video:

Santiago – Nathalie Kalbach

Batik – Nathalie Kalbach

River Rocks – MaryBeth Shaw

Heart Flower 6 Stencil – Terri Stegmiller


Also in case you missed it my amazing friend and artist, Leslie Ackman, featured me on her blog Monday here you can read all about it and here is a special video tutorial I created for her Art Journal Love Class she has going on right now. Find out all the details on the free art journal class here.

And one last thing if you are on Instagram be sure to check out the new Art Stash Challenge  being held by the Artist Stash Challenge Team:  Karen Gaunt and myself.  February’s Prompt is Florals which is SUPER fun!!!  Here are all the details, I sure hope you can join in the fun!!!:

Thanks so much for stopping my friends and sharing your precious time with me xxoo much peace and happiness to all of you.

2 thoughts on “Stencil Crush Tuesday™ 2-7-17 

  1. Really like this page and know hubby will too! No finger tool today! lol What was so cool was you changing the color to turquoise! That really popped the piece. The white hearts and red x’s and o’s are awesome as well as the deets. Can you tell me (never used a charcoal pencil,) is that quite similar to using a stabilo?

    1. Awww thank you so very much Gerrie!! I’m not sure as I don’t have the stabilo pencil I have heard that it’s water soluble the charcoal isn’t that much you can blend it a bit with water but it’s not really considered water soluble if that makes sense. Best thing to do is try what you have. ❤❤❤

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