Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Clearsnap StencilGirl Blog Hop

Welcome to Clearsnap and StencilGirl Blog Hop. We are sharing many inspirational projects featuring the inks and stencils this week. And there's a giveaway for you to try these goodies. Have fun!


I created an art journal page for this blog hop using Tangled Tribal Hand Large Stencil,  Abigail, A Timeless Woman and Feather Stencil from StencilGirl


The background of this page was colored with layers of different inks. I sprayed the first layer with Izink inks and water. 



After applying a thin layer of Gesso randomly on the background to soften the Izink inks, I sprayed various colors of ColorBox® Spritzers over the stencils. I made the woman's face behind and the hand, and the hand holding the feather.  The feather was added Smooch® for beautiful sparkle.


There are some images and patterns were stamped using Mix'd Media Inx® and Pigment: ColorBox® Petal Point®


I pressed the Chalk: Cat's Eye® ink pad directly on the face to make the teardrops.


I really love these fabulous stencils and all the inks from StencilGirl and Clearsnap. And hope this project inspires you to create using these products. 


There are $25 Gift Certificate from StencilGirl and Products shown here from Clearsnap for you to win. ALL comments left the entire week are eligible to win! The more you comment the more chances you have to win! Comments close Sunday, October 26th at 11:59PM Central Time. Good luck!


Thank you so much for stopping by. Hope you enjoy the blog hop. 

Happy crafting! Meihsia ^_^


52 comments:

  1. Love the combination of stencils you used! Beautiful work.

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  2. I love the incredible texture you acheived! The woman's face is dream like. Nice results. Beautiful page.

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  3. I love the colors and the combination of stencils... It has a soulful feeling with the subtle use of the woman stencil. Thank you

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  4. What a fabulous opportunity! I wish I could win this one!
    nydia1@cox.net

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  5. Oh-h-h-h! Now I see it - took a minute to see the woman's face. Everyone was commenting on it and I was confused, LOL!

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  6. Awesome piece! There are so many great things to look at. And, in regards to the face, find. I'm with Deborah...I didn't see it at first. :)

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  7. fantastic project, i love all colors that you use!

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  8. love what you did with the stencils so creative thanks for sharing

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  9. love what you did with the stencils so creative thanks for sharing

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  10. Very interesting! I do'nt have much experience with inks, but am willing to learn!

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  11. That REALLY has some impact! Love the colours and layers. You made some great choices there.

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  12. Why do I always forget an essential?
    jo.murray.art(at)gmail(dot com)

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  13. love the tribal stencil and colors you chose very nice!

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  14. I love what you did here! Such a great use of layering three totally different stencils and in such gorgeous color! Fabulous!

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  15. Great idea to have the face "peeking" out from behind the hand :) Thanks for playing with us at StencilGirl this week!

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  16. Hello Meihsia,
    Love this canvas, the stenciled hand is just so fabulous and the face is a wonderful added interest. Great use of the stencils in this piece of work.
    Smiles:)
    Sue

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  17. Wonderful! Love
    all those colors
    and different
    designs.
    Carla from Utah

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  18. Love how creative you were with the stencils! Your design is beautiful Meihsia!

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  19. What a great piece! I love the gorgeous colors and all the layers. There's so much to see and absorb!

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  20. Beautiful colors and details!

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  21. The colors are so vibrant. Beautiful piece.
    thanks for sharing.

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  22. Wow, the colors in this are stunning! Thanks for sharing.

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  23. Wow I love your colors! Isn't that hand wonderful. Thanks for sharing!

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  24. Wow! The colors and layers of textures are pretty cool. I'd love to try those Izink inks!

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  25. It's beautiful! Love the colors you used!

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  26. So clever of you to use so many versatile stencils and Clearsnap inks to make this beautiful journal page!

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  27. So many great layers! Love the patterns and colors here... this is so fun!

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  28. Beautiful job. I love the look of hands. Awesome layering. Love the colors and look.

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  29. Incredible colors. The effect of all the products produce a lovely result. Can't wait to win.

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  30. Love the work and the final result! So beautiful and love the colors used. Thanks for sharing!

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  31. Wow! What an amazing journal page, and I love the depth you created using the different stencils, especially the feather!

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  32. Gorgeous journal page! Fabulous Blog Hop! Thanks for sharing :)

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  33. Your page is beautiful! I love the rich colours and the beautiful, intricate designs you have used to create it. The shimmer and shine add so much to it.
    Thanks for sharing your lovely work! :)

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  34. Nice job layering! Thank you for using our stencils :)

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  35. Such awonderful page, bright colors and wonderful combination of stencils.

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  36. Wow.. This is so neat. I love the colors. It is Beautiful.

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  37. That is awesome and definately inspiring! I didn't see the face at first either and had to go back and look again.

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  38. WQow, that is awesome, I love the colors. So vibrant, thank you so much for sharing.

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  39. So much color and depth - just mesmerizing!

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  40. I have all three of those stencils but would not have thought to combine them. Your piece turned out gorgeous! deardeniseh (at) yahoo (dot com)

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  41. Wow, so many fun stencils and great colors Meihsia. Love this!

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