Thursday, May 26, 2016

Stitching an Oldie...TBT With StencilGirl



This was a fun one! 





I used all kinds of specialty threads for edges and details...
as well as Fabrico Markers to fill in.











And what would a Blog Hop be without a GIVEAWAY??!!!

One lucky winner will receive 
EVERY StencilGirl Stencil showcased on today’s Blog Hop!

Stitch a Greek Border
Stitch a Circle
Sweet Gum Balls
Dia Muertos Mask
Art is Good for You
Broken Circles
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Just leave a comment below by Sunday, May 29th at 11:59PM Central Time.
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Winner will be announced on StencilGirl Product’s Facebook Page 
on May 30th.


Thanks for stopping by!








63 comments:

  1. Love the saying and the colors!

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  2. I love this! Awesome detail!

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  3. This is absolutely GORGEOUS Janet! I hope you're going to frame this one!

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  4. Watching you make this come to life has been inspiring to say the least. LOVE when you stitch! I might just make one of my own!

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  5. Really cool way to use a stencil! Beautiful piece.

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  6. Really cool way to use a stencil! Beautiful piece.

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  7. Oh how wonderful this is!!! What an innovative way to go about using this stencil! I absolutely love it!! thanks so much for sharing your creativity in this delightful project today! I'm inspired!!

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  8. I put this one in my wishlist the other day! Reminds me of the good ole days! Stencils make my world a better place! Thank you!

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  9. This is wonderful Janet!

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  10. Janet, this is great! I have been trying to come up with ideas for my fiber arts group and this would be a great idea! Thanks for sharing. I still can't believe there are a few stencils I don't have!

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  11. I love embroidery! Nice use of this stencil.

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  12. You really know your way around a needle! Wonderful!

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  13. Now I'm bringing out my stencils and looking for new ways to stitch and play. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  14. This is utterly gorgeous, Janet! You are so very talented and hard-working! Absolutely delightful!!

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  15. Love this stencil and love what you did with it! What beautiful stitch work!
    lisa(at)horseconsulting(dotcom)

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  16. I love the way you used this stencil! Can't wait to try it myself.

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  17. Stitching! I love your stitching! Great idea and love your colors, too! Thank you! Jean

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  18. Your embroidery work is lovely! It must have taken a long time!

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  19. Luv your creative use of the stencil!! great multi-use!!

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  20. Fantastic! I think this is my favorite project on the hop. How smart to use your stencil for something other than what it is intended. Embroidery is one of my favorite pastimes. Put this stencil and idea on my list.
    dreamsembellished (at) gmail (dotcom)

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  21. I've never seen a stencil used this way with stitching and I love it. Great thinking outside the box and inspirational technique for my tool box. XO
    juliembear@msn.com

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  22. Love the stitching. So talented

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  23. Really cool!! I would have never thought of that!!

    Aliogator (at) AOL (dot) com

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  24. What a beautiful project!
    lenocicath(at)gmail(dot)com

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  25. How beautiful!!!!
    Coriegochicoa at gmail dot com

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  26. Beautiful! I love it.
    Alisabarott (at) gmail (dot) com

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  28. Awesome projects and fantastic stencils , as always !

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  29. Super fun :)
    creatrix7777 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  30. Oh my gosh, I've never seen embroidery combined with stenciling. This is fabulous.

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  31. What a neat idea and a beautiful stencil!

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  32. Very inspirational! Now to find where I stashed my embroidery hoop and floss!

    alhrobkin (at) aol (dot com)

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  33. Very inspirational! Now to find where I stashed my embroidery hoop and floss!

    alhrobkin (at) aol (dot com)

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  34. This project is such a treat for me! My first love was embroidery. My godmother gave me a gift of embroidery kit when I was recovering from polio many years ago. I used to cross stitch but mixed media is my fav today but never foget the feel of the fabric/linen when embroidering and cross stitching. Thanks for taking me to that memory.

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  35. Such a great combination of stenciling and embroidery! Love it!

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  36. Your stitch work is delightful!

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  37. This is absolutely beautiful. I never thought of using stencils like this.

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  38. I love love love this stencil and I adore your stitching. And the colors!!!, love them!!!

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  39. Love, love love what you did - I haven't done needle work for awhile - I need to pull out my supplies and look at things with a different eye!

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  40. I too love this stencil~such endless possibilities. I also do a lot of embroidery & this would be Awesome to add to my collection. Thanks for sharing your ideas, & your art~work is very cool. I'm grateful for the opportunity to get your stencil, it really is fantastic.
    Sincerely, Dawn
    dawnsbeach63@gmail.com

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  41. Beautiful work!! Thanks for sharing.

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  42. LOVE this work. Inspired to break out my embroidery stash. sltresso (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  43. Beautiful project. I'm into needlepoint and counted cross-stitch. I was never good at getting my stitches to look
    even (or natural) when I tried regular embroidery.
    this will be a great keepsake.
    thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo.com

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  44. love the colors and your stitching!!

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  45. What threads did you use? I love this! It's wonderful!

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  46. This is beautiful! Great use of Joanne's design. stampinbev (at) msn (dot) com

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  47. stencil is amazing and your colors delight!

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  48. this is stunning, such a wonderful combination - i would never have thought to embroider a stencil design, and i totally love it!

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  49. Using stencils for embroidery is one thing I have not tried yet. I have to say after seeing your work, I am getting more and more keen to try it out!

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  50. I need to get my stencils out and use them with fabric and thread.

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  51. Thanks for the inspiration!
    Annie daskala(at)zeelandnet(dot)nl

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  52. Awesome stitched artwork! Love pink/orange combos and blue/green! Thank you for the chance to win!
    asweetjewel(at)gmail(dot com)

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  53. Wonderful stitchery! Thanks for a chance to win some stencils!
    Tripster1_2000(at)yahoo(dot com)

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  54. Very cool, colorful and bright...b

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  55. I agree! It is great for you :)
    de.mamacrystal74 at gmail.com

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  56. Thank you for sharing yet another use of our stencils....who knew they were embroidery patterns! and why not?...Peej lankford

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  57. There are so many ways to use stencils! This is beautiful!!
    hennies.pennies@yahoo.com

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