Monday, March 24, 2014

Lost Coast Designs and StencilGirl Stencils

Welcome to another StencilGirl Hop 
in conjunction with Lost Coast Designs.
They have a wonderful selection of rubber stamps.

This first one is on a page in my Daily.
 I used a stencil deigned by Michelle Ward, the Quatrefoil 6 in the background.
Also Pam Carriker's Primary Secondary Tertiary Stencil 
as a circular frame for the girl.
This second one is being sent to Lost Coast Designs.
It is very similar but I textured the background
with Nathalie Kalbach's Crackle Stencil.

I often...well always, really...stamp on tissue paper or deli paper.
I can pick and choose the images to use
and I can flip the design to face either direction.
You just have to make sure to use permanent ink.
More versatile that way.
 There you have it!
If you're happy and you know it raise your hands!
Visit all the blogs below and leave comments on each one...
One Lucky Winner will receive two 9" x 12" stencils from StencilGirl
and a $25 credit in the Lost Coast Designs store.
Have fun Hopping!

StencilGirl Talk




Happy Arting!
xo

111 comments:

  1. Janet, my hands are raised because your page is fabulous. At first, I was positive that the lettering was a stamp, but there are subtle differences. Nice job on the lettering! Is the girl stamp a Lost Coast Designs stamp? She is so awesome! Both versions of your page are great!

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    1. Thanks for the blog hop and the chance to win this amazing prize!

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  2. Love this layout, great colours and use of space. Thanks for the tip about stamping on deli paper, great way to get that mirror image I've been after.

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  3. Amazing spread thanks for sharing!

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  4. This is pretty awesome! So many details and elements to look at! Very happy for the opportunity to participate in this blog hop with you!
    Hugs,
    Leslie
    Love To Scrap!
    Love To Scrap! Challenge Blog

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  5. I really like the stamp that you used. Nice and colorful.

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  6. Eileen L. said.....
    Very lively and colorful card, loved the saying. Thanks for a chance to win the giveaway.

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  7. Great journal pages! Super inspired by how you used Pam's stencil!

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  8. Love the riot of color and I love to use deli paper or tissue too for exactly the same reason. Flip that stamp! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  9. They came out great!! Thank you for this opportunity

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  10. I'm clapping my hands for sure on this....love it...thanks for sharing...

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  11. These are just total cuteness! I love the doodling in with these as well! Thanks for sharing! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  12. I love the deli paper idea. I have used it for gelli plating, but what a great idea for regular stamping so you can turn a figure to face the way you want. Gorgeous!

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  13. This made me giggle! How fun! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  14. What fun. And I love the joy in your colors

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  15. great stencils and stamp of girl!
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  16. I haven't thought about stamping on tissue or deli paper, that is really a terrific idea. Love how this turned out.

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  17. Great idea about stamping on tissue paper!

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  18. my hands will be raised if I win new stencils... Smile,s Ruth

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  19. Beautiful work!!! I Love stencils!!! New ones would be Awesome!!!!

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  20. As much as I love Stencil Girl Stencils; I love Lost Coast Designs stamps just as much! The detail and variety of their stamps are just incredible! I own several but I'd certainly love to have more!!!

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  21. I'm raising my hands because THIS makes me HAPPY!

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  22. Loving this blog hop! So many ideas! Lost Coast Designs Stamps are so different from anything else out there. Just amazing!

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  23. A jolly project.....love Lost Coast Stamps...especially the Shrubbery Stamp!

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  24. Love that tip about stamping on tissue paper! This is such a happy, cheerful projects that I want to clap my hands!! Love it!!

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  25. What a great tip about stamping on tissue paper then adding it to your artwork to be colored...or not. I love this!

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  26. Beautiful! TFS! I love that image btw!

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  27. Fun and unique image and I enjoyed seeing how you put it into a design. Nicely done!

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  28. I'm always happy and I always know it after reading your posts and seeing what you do. Another Bravo!

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  29. Thanks for sharing ,I love the colors that u used.

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  30. Fantastic journal page. I love the dimension you achieved with the stencil and stamp. I love that stamp. Will have to go shopping for it, lol!

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  31. wonderful idea with the tissue paper!
    I am so glad to be participating along your side in this Blog Hop! have a nice nice
    Bibiana (DTM Lost Coast Designs)

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  32. Great tip on stamping on tissue paper ... never thought of that, but like that you can reverse the stamped image if you want it facing opposite what stamping directly on the page will do ... brilliant!

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  33. Very nice art work....love the colors.

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  34. Just beautiful and fun with the sentiment.
    It does make me happy, so I clap my hands for your artwork.

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  35. Oh, Janet! I love the way you incorporated Pam's color wheel stencil into the composition! Just brilliant! :)

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  36. I love the idea of stamping on the tissue paper! Do you seal it onto the page? I'm a newbie in the mixed media arena - I'm a cardmaker and scrapbooker. Thanks so much for sharing your talents with us!

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  37. fantastic work, I love the color that you used!

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  38. i love your card great color and caption

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  39. Two awesome and different j-pages! Love your use of our Lost Coast Designs stamp with the stencils, those colours just pop! I'm having a blast creating and hopping with you StencilGirls!

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  40. Loved your idea of stamping on deli paper! I will use that. Your two design layouts are great - love the color!

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  41. Love the pages and I am a huge fan of tissue paper

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  42. Great pages and I love your idea of stamping on deli paper. Thanks for sharing.

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  43. I liked this a lot. However, if this song lasts with me all night, I will not be happy! Tommy

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  44. A nice light-hearted piece of artwork -- it makes me smile.

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  45. hands raised....happy and i know it. will be happier if i win from these two very amazing companies and bloggers. thanks for the inspiration and chance to win. i just LOVE what you made. xoxo

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  46. Fabulous! Love the image, the sentiment and the use of borders to frame it all!

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  47. Reminds me of when I was a kid! :)

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  48. Ididn't plan to spend the day blog hopping, but here I am having such a good time. Love this stamp and how you used it.

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  49. WOW. a bunch of fun cards using different SG stencils with the same LSD stamps. love both companies! Thanks for the opportunity to win some great prizes from both places. so excited!

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  50. Gorgeous card! I love the colors!

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  51. What a fun page. thanks for sharing. :)

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  52. Fabulous! But sadly now I've got that silly song stuck in my head. LOL

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  53. This just evokes a sense of fun. The use of the stencils to create the textures is striking.

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  54. A fun page to be sure!!!! Enjoyed it!
    Jan

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  55. enjoyed seeing your page

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  56. Love this stamp and stencil together! Fun!!!

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  57. Thank you for reminding me about how versatile tissue paper can be! I enjoyed your post!

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  58. Great idea using tissue paper. I'm going to give it a try. Thank you!

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  59. Tissue paper is such a versatile and useful product when crafting.

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  60. Love the use of tissue paper...its such a great effect!

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  61. Love love love! Your page!! Awesome!

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  62. Great use of tissue paper - love this!

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  63. Love your art work! And stamping on tissue paper is a great tip. Thanks for sharing and inspiring!

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  64. Wow, Lovely work! And thanks for a new use for my tissue paper! I've never tried stamping on it!

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  65. I too usually stamp on tissue or deli paper!

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  66. Love the bright background!
    Paulette Roy-Serre

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  67. Janet, this page is really cool! I always forget that I can stencil on tissue or deli paper, . thanks for the reminder!

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  68. This is wicked cool. Love it. These creations are just AMAZING! TFS

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  69. LCD's stamps are awesome. This blog hop was my introduction to them. Love your choices of stamp and stencil for this project.

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  70. Fabulous!
    I love deli paper too!

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  71. Wonderful project. Thanks for sharing!

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  72. Oh my goodness! How cool!. This made me smile!

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  73. What a creative design and way to use the stencils and stamps! Nice!

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  74. What a delightful card! It just makes me smile. And I love your quilting too! Gorgeous!

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  75. I am learning so much about imagination and creativity while traveling this blog hop. Thanks for sharing your lovely card with us--it is so enjoyable to look at and makes me smile.

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  76. Thanks for the rubber stamping tip. Great project.
    Annie

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  77. Love your colorful designs. Enjoying this hop and seeing so many new sites. Thanks for sharing.

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  78. Great design and very colorful. Great job!

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  79. Great use of stencils and stamps- I think many of us started out as stampers nice to see a combo of the two

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  80. I really like both of these pieces. The stamp and stencils works so well together. Great choice.

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  81. That is a nice tip, tissue paper stamp, use either way.Thanks for your idea...I enjoyed how your page turned out.

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  82. interesting design and nice tips thanks for the ideas and I love the contest

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  83. I'll be raising my hands if I win! Really like what you did for the blog hop!!

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  84. I hadn't known how to reverse an image. Thanks for the tip. Where do you get deli paper...New York City :)

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  85. That tip on using the tissue or deli paper is great.

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  86. Tissue paper...who knew? Great idea. Rolling...

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  87. Wow! Wonderful combination of materials! Thanks for contributing - this has been very inspiring!

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  88. Thank you for the tutorial. I like the deli paper idea.

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  89. Your piece makes me happy! One of my favorite little songs. (BTW also love your quilt in the previous post.) Thanks for the inspiration and the chance to win such wonderful prizes.

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  90. Fantastic page. Love love love the colors used.

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  91. what a great idea and blog......i will be a new follower!!! thanks for participating so i found someone new with great creativity and inspirations!!!! :)

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  92. Love this! Great inspiration!

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  93. I like the bright colors. I don't know how to enter a contest like this without revealing my e-mail address.

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  94. Really fun projects. Thanks for the tip about stamping on Deli paper!

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  95. Thanks for the tip on tissue paper/deli paper! I'll have to try that! I love your fun and colorful pages! Great mix of stamps and stencils!

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  96. Loving your creativity. Very colourful. Great blog hop qiveaway~

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  97. so cute! thanks for the inspiration

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  98. i love this stamp! tx for sharing and inspiring, aloha, angi in hana

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