Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Blog Hop with Nathalies Studio and Stencil Girl !!!!


Welcome to the Stencil Girl blog hop!! Check out this awesome stencil created by the ever talented Nathalie Kalbach!!!!!




I used the Oldtimer stencil on a piece of wood to create a fun wall hanging to display during summer. I used warm colors to layer the stencil using an ombre effect. I Love the way this stencil can be used for so many themes and purposes. 






Nathalie will be giving away one of the Oldtimer Stencils. You have four chances to win it. Leave a comment on each of the listed blogs as well as on my blog,  and let us know how you like the projects and Nathalie will pick randomly one lucky winner. You have time to comment till July 30th 2013 - midnight EST


Make sure to hop on over to the rest of the blogs!!
Nathalie Kalbach : http://wp.me/p3Cnxf-2T9Jessica Sporn Stephanie Sch├╝tze
Jamie Dougherty 


Thank you for stopping by and happy creating :) 


Jamie D.




13 comments:

  1. I so love your wood project- it is amazing!!!!! Thank you so much for playing along HOn!

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  2. Hello everyone I apologize for any technical issues. I am currently at cha and am trying to fix the issues now

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  3. Love your wood project - it's great! So fun to be on this blog hop with you.

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  4. This is great Jamie! Love the colors and your handwriting is perfect!

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  5. Jamie, this is awesome! Love what you have done with this stencil. Wish you a great time at the CHA and I'm looking forward to your next projects.

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  6. Jamie you know I think you are TOTALLY AWESOME!!! I am always happy to see what you are going to make next. :o)

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  7. I love the movement stacking the stencil like this! So many ideas! Can't wait to try all these ideas! Need that stencil!
    Janelle R

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  8. I love the quote that you chose to use. Perfect way to use the car theme.

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  9. OMG!...never thought doing this artisan work with a stencil!...Thanks for showing such a beautiful piece....my juices continue flowing!...

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  10. Entering a second comment:

    I love this ...never thought that a stencil could be used to create such an artisan's piece. Thanks for showing, and love the Blog Hop!

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  11. Gee, I really like to win this stencil. It looks like a fun stencil to work with.

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  12. What a unique effect. I love it and would love to have this stencil. Your finished product is quite beautiful. would love to see a video on the technique.

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  13. Not only do I love the piece, but I love the sentiment. I just returned from a memorial service and you are SO right! Enjoy life...textilerecycler@yahoo.com

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