If you have arrived from my friend Mary Nasser's Blog you made it!!! You have reached the last STOP on the Hop! Ha ha! I rhymed! If you just happen to be visiting my blog today, you are in for some fun! We are having a StencilGirl Blog Hop. When you are done here go on over to StencilGirl Talk to start the hop from the beginning.
Today we are featuring a StencilGirl stencil by Andrew Borloz called Crossed Rounds & Squares. Andrew's stencils are amazing and have so many possibilities within each stencil.
When I sat down to do the project I am posting, it was not going to be my Blog Hop project. It was just going to be "play" to get to know the stencil. Well, one thing led to another and I decided to show you my play time.
Here is the process:
I started with just a page in my journal that had some scraps of book text down and I painted it red. Then I just started playing with the circles on the stencil off setting them as I went.
I cut a circle out of a piece of scrap paper and used the negative for a mask. I laid the stencil over the mask so I only would get the pattern only within the circle.
Remember, this was just play so I wasn't really caring what my color choices were :)
Then I placed the stencil over the mask and used some Light Molding Paste through the stencil.
A few more circles, some pen work and my play was complete!
What a FUN stencil!
There are so many more possibilities I want to try with it.
Remember, for every blog you comment on throughout the hop you will increase your chances of winning Andrew's Stencil over at the StencilGirl Talk Blog. The giveaway closes at 11:59PM on Sunday, July 28th.
Thanks so much for stopping by our very FIRST StencilGirl Talk Blog Hop! Starting in August StencilGirl Talk will be having TWO Blog Hops a month!
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