Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Blog Hop with Nathalie Kalbach Stencils!!



Want to see a new stencil created by Nathalie Kalbach for StencilGirl Products? I have a project I created using her new "Whats The Point" stencil. Nat is having a little hop and if you take a look over on her blog you might find a little giveaway ;) She also said if you comment on each of our blogs it will give you another chance to win!! How awesome is that!! 

Here is a look at the stencil. This makes for a great pattern stencil or a great way to add accents. 


I used this fun stencil on this custom skateboard deck I painted. I used oil paints, Krink paint pens, and gesso to create this piece. I added soft spots of light with the stencil to give the painting an angelic feel. Thank you Nat for including me in this hop and giving me the opportunity to use your creative design. 







Now head over to the rest of the ladies joining in on the hop!! 






Happy Creating everyone!!! :) 

Jamie D. 

Facebook Artist Page






59 comments:

  1. This is awesome! I love that face, very special, full of emotions. Loooove!!!

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  2. OMG! The face is amazing. Love the use of the stencil. Wonderful!

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  3. Wow, I would never use this board again. Just hanging out at the skating area to show off.

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  4. Wow!!!! Amazing!Love how you used the stencil!

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  5. mouthdroppingly stunnign- I love love love this!!!!!!!

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  6. Gorgeous - love how you used the stencil on the hair.

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  7. Gorgeous painting - love the touches with the stencil.

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  8. awesome artwork Jamie!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    and im in love with dots and circles and love to see all the differnt ways everyone uses it
    http://www.canadianscraptramp.blogspot.com/

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  9. OMG, that face is absolutely AWESOME. LOVE it and love how the stencils added those highlights.......

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  10. WOW...speechless...that is stunning!

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  11. Now that is just divine will be back to check your blog on a regular basis, love your work!! Crazy talented!

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  12. I do believe that this is the first skateboard we have seen with a StencilGirl stencil! WOW! So much emotion in your work. Just love what you did with the stencil!

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  13. Whoa! What a cool skateboard!! Great artwork.

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  14. Wow, this is absolutely stunning! I wouldn't want to skate and risk scratching it up! Very inspiring, love it!
    Thanks for sharing :)

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  15. Oh, I love the colours and the way you used the stencil!

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  16. you know how much i not only love you but your incredible art. nat's stencil added just the right touch. you rock it girls. xoxo

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  17. Oh wow - what a great idea! Love it!

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  18. Sweet use of the stencil. It makes your painting pop!

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  19. Omg Beautiful! Love the stenciled dots on your gorgeous girl!

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  20. Amazing! Fab use of the stencil!

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  21. Wow....one awesome painting, and love the dots the stencil added......lovely.

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  22. Oh great use of the stencil! Great technique that I will have to incorporate in my next project! Thanks for sharing!
    Janelle R

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  23. Love your use of the stencil! Great technique to try on my next project. Thanks so much for sharing!
    Janelle R

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  24. The transparent white "bubbles" in your piece is super cool! They really add a whole dynamic element in a totally unexpected way. Must have this stencil.

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  25. That is very nice. I like the idea of using it as a highlight rather than a base.
    Great work
    Thanks

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  26. Love your journal page and how you used the stencil!

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  27. but wonder, your work is amazing, I am left with my mouth open!

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  28. This is soo cool! I love the way you used the stencil!

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  29. Who would have thought of using this stencil in a Skateboard deck. So imaginative and such a fab bit of stand alone artwork. Very, very nice.

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  30. Oh my goodness, Jamie, this is absolutely gorgeous!! Love how you use Nat's stencil in your girl's hair. Fabulous!

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  31. Love how you used Nat's stencil on this board- and wicked cool board!!

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  32. I can't believe anyone would want to put their feet on that!! too beautiful and very creative. Thanks for the great inspiration to use other surfaces than canvas!! Now I'm wondering...

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  33. Wow!!! That is amazing & so beautiful.

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  34. Fantastic use of the What's The Point Stencil!!!!! You ROCK!!!!!

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  35. Awesome use of the What's The Point Stencil!!!! You ROCK!!!

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  36. Every time I see your latest creation it becomes my favorite...lol. She is dramatically beautiful. And I love the way you incorporated Nat's stencil into the design. Awesome job!!!

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  37. Every time I see your latest creation, it becomes my favorite...LOL! She is dramatically beautiful. And I love the way you incorporated Nat's stencil into the design. Awesome job!!!

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  38. Your creations are so wonderful this one rocks and love the use of the stencil girl stencil.
    hugs
    susan s

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  39. Stunning Work, I just love her ! Thanks

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  40. Interesting use of the stencil. Would never have thought of that!

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  41. OMGosh - The woman is so pretty! Love the way you used the dot stencil too!!! LOVE dots LOTS.
    Grandma Nancy
    sapps2luv@yahoo.com

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  42. Your skateboard is so beautiful...you are a wonderful artist. Your use of Nat's stencil was inspired! That will be a great stencil to own, so many possibilities for its use!

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  43. wow, you are a fabulous artist! aloha, angi in hana

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  44. Your skateboard art using the what's the point stencil is amazing. You are very talented. Thanks for sharing your art with us! I am new to your blog via this blog hop and I'll definitely be back to see what you are up to.

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  45. Your art is Beauti-FUL! I have been on two of the other blogs and love to see the use of the stencil through different eyes!

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  46. Such cool work, Jamie! Great use of the stencil, too!

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  47. You are awesome!! Love all your designs and innovative ways to use stencils. I am truly inspired.

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  48. How creative of you to use this stencil to add highlights to the beautiful girl's hair. You've opened my eyes to the versatility of this stencil.

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