Thursday, January 24, 2013

Random Squares Stencil Test Drive- And A Giveaway


Welcome to the Random Squares Test Drive & Giveaway, featuring:  Seth Apter, Carolyn Dube, Kristin Dudish, Corinne Gilman, and Diana Trout!    

Random Squares just has "fun" built into it.  Something about it reminds me of the mosaic imagery used by Gustav Klimt in "The Kiss."  

I wanted to try to use the stencil to create mosaic-like squares.

To begin, I used my gelli plate, the Random Squares stencil and fluid acrylics (Quinacridone Nickel Azo Gold, Magenta, and Iridescent Gold) to make some prints on wax paper.  I then glued the deli paper onto sheets of tin foil to give them strength and malleability. 


Next, I mixed glass bead texture gel with Jaquard Pearl-Ex Pigment in Antique Gold, to make the gel very sparkly.  I placed my stencil back over my Gelli printed papers, and dragged the glass bead gel medium through with a wide painting knife.  It created amazing texture.  (I made sure to vary where I put the stencil, so you could still see the gelli printing underneath.)

Once the bead gel dried, I cut out the raised squares to create mosaic "tiles."  (These are what I used to make the cape in this post!)

I had a pasta box in the recycling bin that I thought I could use to make something.  I liked the window.


I painted and glued some gelli imprinted paper into the inside, re-assembled it, turned it upside down, and cut it into the shape of a little house.

I made some more gelli prints using the Random Squares stencil, deli paper and tin foil, but without the raised glass bead gel.  I used this to wrap the outside of my little house (adhering with double stick tape and tacky glue), and then used some of the more textured paper to change the shape of the window to give my structure a Moorish feel.


Now for the faux Mosaic Tiles, some stamping with StazOn Ink and my favorite Michelle Ward stamp called "Graphic Details," some rubbing of black Portfolio water soluble pastels, and some beading to decorate the opening.  


My ziti pasta box was completely transformedSamy was sure it was made out of clay! It will soon be the home to one of my many Buddha statues. 


Please be sure to visit Seth Apter, Carolyn Dube, Kristin Dudish, Corinne Gilman, and Diana Trout, to see how they've used the Random Squares stencil.  I am so grateful to these amazing artists for playing along with me!

Linking to Paint Party Friday, Show & Tell Saturday at Artists in BloglandEclectic Paperie (altered boxes), Frilly & Funkie (spruce it up), Collage Obsession (Shrine)  and Happy Daze (recycle).

Thank you for visiting! I read and treasure every comment and will answer any questions as quickly as I can.

Giveaway:  What is your favorite way to use stencils?  Let me know in the comments section by 1/27 for a chance to win my Flying Tulips stencil UPDATE:  Congratulations to Theresa N for winning this stencil! 

127 comments:

  1. Your ziti box makeover into a shrine is stunning! Such rich and royal colors/tiles just take it to a whole new level! Now I need to go and make tiles with your random squares stencil!

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  2. That really turned out great. I love the idea of a shrine from a ziti box. Now that is upcycling at it's finest!

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    1. Thanks Roberta! My husband's scared I'm going to start saving all out boxes now!

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    2. I love this stencil! I use them on a variety of things, but especially love on art journal pages.

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  3. Most marvelous Jessica. Your use of glass bead jell is always spectacular and this box shrine - what an idea. Your stencil just shines in this piece.....xox

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  4. I love this stencil and the possibilities!!

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  5. fabulous project. love that stencil. for me the favourite way of using stencils is with inksprays, but using the negative print and then inking through stencil again.xxx

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  6. Stencils are my new favourite thing! This one is particularly versatile.

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  7. How magical that "House" is..instead of thinking outside the box you thought to USE the box ! Love it!!!! I like to use modeling past with my stencils, I love the texture of it.

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  8. A stunning shrine and wonderful techniques. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. That's an amazing transformation! You make it look so easy and fun. Lately, I been using ink with my stencils in reverse, the negative side is sometimes more interesting. Sometimes not, but it is fun to play.

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  10. This is one of my favorite stencils that you've done. I have it and haven't even played with it yet...yikes!!! My most favorite way to use stencils is layering the stencil images on fabric.

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  11. I love your project!! It's such a creative way to use a stencil! I am just learning how to use them and am excited by the possibilities! I love putting texture paste thru them right now!

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  12. Very hard to name just one! But I mostly use stencils to add texture to canvases. Great stencil!!! Joan

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  13. Wow. What a transformation. I use stencils for making postcards and in my journals.

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  14. So great, I love it! Fabulous use of that pasta box and your versatile stencil.

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  15. I love using stencils with the Gelli plate to make backgrounds for my visual art journal. I especially love the second or more ghost like prints!

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    1. me too! Make sure to check out Carolyn Dube's Gelli Plate Party the first of each month.

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  16. You are so creative ~ making the squares into mosaic tiles was inspired. And I'm going to have to start thinking carefully about the things I throw in the trash or recycle bin... This is a wonderful little shrine. The orange and gold just sparkle!

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  17. This shrine just warms my heart, Jessica. The colors, the textures, oh my.
    Well, you know me.. I'l all about texture. I love pushing molding pastes and caulking through. Then there is paint and spray ink too. Just to much fun to have.

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  18. Great project - I love the squares stencil!
    I haven't used stencils yet!

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  19. Holy smoke! What an innovative way to use your (amazingly versatile) stencil... I can definitely see the Klimt inspiration :) I really just can't get over the glorious textures - Wow!

    This stencil was so much fun to use, and I think it has soooo many possibilities!

    xo
    Kristin

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    1. Thanks Kristin - So glad you were a part of this.

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  20. I love that stencil! I would like to use it for surface design on fabric, and maybe in my collage art. Thanks...Anna oranna42 at hotmail

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  21. Wow. That is amazing. I've only used stencils once to create texture using gesso. I had to borrow the stencil. I now see I definitely need to buy some!

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  22. That is a great technique. I learn more every day! I use my stencils to make my collage paper and I use wood icing to define the corners of some of my collages!!

    Sandy karsten
    Ofallon, MO

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  23. That is a great technique. I learn more every day! I use my stencils to make my collage paper and I use wood icing to define the corners of some of my collages!!

    Sandy karsten
    Ofallon, MO

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  24. Love this stencil! Love your site! Just started following it today (found you via Carolyn Dube....love her site too!). So many inspiring talents and things to try....so little time :( I love stencils and use at least one on pretty every project I do, whether with spray inks, paints, modeling pastes...they are so versatile!

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  25. Everything in your post is so stunning I'm left gasping for breath. So far my favorite ways to use stencils are as layers in my art journal pages. I'm still learning to use layers on top of layers and not quit too early in the process. My favorite color medium is Dylusions, followed by Distress Ink. Used to be the other way around...sorry Tim, the Dylusions are so freeing and fun, I can hardly stop myself once I get to spraying. Occasionally I'll use a stencil to trace shapes and then cut them out, but by far my favorite method is to spray or ink through the stencil. I've made masks for parts of some of my stencils so that I can layer even further. I love the look of masking something and either stamping or spraying over it.

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  26. Wow, this is over the top creative! I love to use stencils in so many ways, layering them over each other, using modeling paste, sprays, inks, etc. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  27. I have to say your use of the glass beads and the stencil is amazing and I love the way you transformed the box so while I like the other projects I have to say this is a fav. Thank you for sharing your techniques!

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  28. As a painter, I am new to using stencils at all but my new forays into more abstract work have introduced me to them. They are perfect for getting an interesting layered background quickly. LOVE the random squares and am looking forward to trying relief patterns with my stencils.

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  29. This is soo enchantingly magical!!! Love this piece of poetry very much!

    die amelie x

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  30. WOW! What a transformation of a pasta box!!! Thanks for the tip about mixing your glass bead with pigment. I have always painted it after it was dry--have to try this. I think Buddha is going to love his new home :)

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  31. Wow, this turned out gorgeous, I love the beautifully rich, vivid colours and gorgeous texture. It's great what you can create out of things most people throw away.

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  32. I love this post! So glad I stumbled onto it (from Diana Trout's blog). I have never seen such a beautiful pasta box (I see inspiration in the window, too). I would love to also be entered into the contest! How I personally enjoy using stencils is by dabbing the shapes with water-color enhanced sponges. I also enjoy the technique of blowing various inks through the spaces of the stencils to create varying shading effects. The possibilities are virtually endless! :)

    tracksaloquin@yahoo.com
    http://www.aloquin.blogspot.com

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  33. Terrific recycling and loving the fab results. Annette x

    http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

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  34. You've given me so many new ideas to try. Especially love the texture techniques! I usually combine stencils with pan pastels for great background pages and tags.

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  35. I absoulutely love what you've done with your ziti box! I love your mosaics, too! Great inspiration, thank you! I love using my stencils with molding paste to create texture and design.

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  36. This has been so much fun following everyone on your stencil drive. I think I find my favorite way to use stencils, and then I visit another blog, and then that method becomes my fave. Everyone is so talented and I get so much inspiration from all of you. I couldnt even pick a fave stencil because they all are so much fun!!! Thanks.

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  37. What a great idea!! love the new stencils and the ideas the designers have with them. I mainly use my stencils to make papers, but now I need to try other things, such as your box idea....love it!!

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  38. Awesome! Who would guess it's a pasta box! I love to use stencils with modeling paste to get great patterned texture. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  39. Love the colors! The shrine reminded me of some churches in Mexico I had seen.
    I have the Hebrew stencil and used modeling paste;when dried I used 3 different colors of Inka-Gold to color them like strips of ribbon.Turned out very nice and eye catching.

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  40. Fabulous project. love that stencil. for me the favorite way of using stencils is with my Gelli Plate.

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  41. wow- unbelievable. I am just getting started with stencils..so far I like layering them over sunprints on fabric

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  42. Love what you've created.
    lately I've been using stencils with the gelli plate and am loving the effect.

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  43. I'm a newbie with the GelliPlate having gotten one for Christmas this year but I am collecting stencils and textures of all kinds to experiment with. I'm having so much fun!

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  44. What a treasure you turned that box into! Gorgeous use of stencils. I just purchased your Hebrew stencil. I hope to use it on fabric. Hope that enters me in the giveaway for a chance to win another of your wonderful stencils. Enjoying reading/seeing about their use on Seth Apters blog too.

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  45. My favorite use for stencils? In my art journal, of course! (with spray inks and watered down paints)

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  46. WOW...LOVE this! How cool! I love stencils of any kind and this one is awesome :)

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  47. Love what you did! Right now I'm mostly using stencils on fabric

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  48. Love what you did! Right now I'm mostly using stencils on fabric

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  49. I like using stencils to make a background on an art journal page. Lovely design on your squares stencil.
    Aloha, Kate

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  50. I'm new to stenciling. I have the most control if I use a stipple brush and ink... I'm branching out to some of the spray inks. I love your mosaic tile pasta box.

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  51. I've been using stencils for years now but still never tire of using them on art journal pages! BTW love all of your stencils.

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  52. oh jessica your process is just wonderful! How i wish you will also have your video soon because it will be lovely see how you work! Love the texture and the glittered beads. I use stencils as background or sometimes as a focal point. I am still learning as this is my first. :)

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  53. I love your altered box - it reminds me of a mini shrine or theatre - great idea!

    My favourite way to use a stencil is reverse stenciling - when you use a cloth or wipe to remove a layer of paint through the stencil. Love this technique!

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  54. All I can say is WOW! I love your little structure! It does look like clay, and the color is so vibrant! Awesome and creative!

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  55. This is totally amazing. I love the vibrant colors and the texture you achieved with the glass bead paste is fabulous. Sensational creativity with the ziti box. You sure set the bar high with our Spruce it Up challenge over at Frilly and Funkie. Thanks so much for joining in the fun with us!

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  56. Beautiful altered box. Love using stencils with paste and inks. So many ways yet to try. Your squares stencil is so cool.

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  57. My favorite way to use stencils is whit spray inks. Thank you so much!

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  58. Very creative use of stencils ~ Beautiful! ~ Carol

    (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

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  59. Thank you so much for all of these kind words. I have to say that when I was cutting up that ziti box, I wasn't sure what was going to come of it. But I'm glad I did! Thank you!!

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  60. My favorite ways to use stencils are spraying or stippling onto journal pages and making Gelli prints.

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  61. Love the structure and colors! I like stencils both to create background and sometimes as a "finishing touch".

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  62. This is amazing! I am so grateful to have found your blog! My favorite way to use stencils? Well,after years of holding my creative goddess captive, 2013 is the year to free her and let her roam and explore. I haven't used stencils yet, but I will be using them very soon. I suspect one of my favorite ways to use them would be in art journals. I love what Seth Apter and Carolyn Dube did and I also love the amazing shrine you created.

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  63. Jessica, I heart the way you combined glass bead texture gel with Jaquard Pearl-Ex Pigment in Antique Gold! I have lots of Pearl-Ex Pigment, and you've inspired me to play with it again!!
    ♥♥♥
    Happy PPF!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

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  64. Love that you recycled a pasta box into a beautiful temple! I haven't tried the glass bead paste but I just found some texture paste in my stash and am playing around with it-First thing I did was use it thru a stencil. I love using stenils any way I can think of for added interest and layers.Thanks for the chance to win this stencil!

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  65. I'll never look at a pasta box the same way agin! Beautifully detailed creation, love it! Thanks for playing long with the eclectic Paperie eTeam Picks challenge!

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  66. I don't use stencils because I don't own any! But this altar box makes me REALLY want to get some! :)

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  67. Your mosaic wrapping is gorgeous. I would have used the gold smeared squares as a background myself and not cut it into tiles. It was so very awesome. This is a beautiful stencil.

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  68. Honestly - who'd a thought you could do such a clever thing with a ziti box! Crazy great creativity going on here. Inspiring to say the least.

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  69. Absolutely stunning house ! I love how you've recycled part of it too ! Thanks for joining us at Frilly and Funkie. Sue C x

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  70. Your work is very meticulous, whether mosaics reminiscent of Klimt. The kiss had the chance to see him in Vienna directpo is incredible. Saludos

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  71. fabulous... borderline genius house Jessica!

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  72. So glad your stencils are such a success... everyone is loving using them... and I think they are very reminiscent of Klimt... looking forward to what you produce for your next post... great fun watching all this wonderfulness emerge ...xx

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  73. I just tried using texture paste with a stencil for the first time...so cool! Love this little house

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  74. this is so cool!! its a wonderful little altar I used to make stuff with spagetti boxes and bill envelopes all the time when i was a kid - though never this cool LOL

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  75. What a fun use of trash. Its lovely. HPPF

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  76. I use stencils for scrape booking and card making, but You've got me rethinking that. The possiblies...
    Theresa N
    weceno(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  77. Amazing...super creative and resourceful! I have seen some amazing art around the block with people utilizing your stencils. You must (and should) be thrilled!

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  78. Buddha will be right happy to live in your pasta temple. My favorite way to use stencils is probably with sprays, however, I have recently started using them to make rubbings with colored pencils. I work with kids and sprays are too messy, acrylics take too long to dry, so I've been looking for dry ways to color a background besides collage. Stencils make excellent rubbing plates!

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  79. Absolutely beautiful and fantastic creation! Love! <3

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  80. Wow, how creative! A pasta box! It came out fantastic. Love it! Happy PPF.

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  81. This is wonderul! I hope you show us a pic of buddha in his Shrine! Very cool! When i use stencils i liked to add a random letter here and there with them!

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  82. I enjoy using stencils on paper cloth.

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  83. I am totally amazed at your creativity in changing up a ziti box into such an intriguing piece of art!

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  84. Jessica, this is beautiful. I always love visiting and seeing what you are doing. You asked on my post if I intentionally painted my open windows while I wrote about expansion. I didn't. I posted my paintings, then just wrote what I was grateful for that week. It was amazing how they fit together perfectly. I am not sure I even thought about it until you asked the question. So thank you for posing the question that made me look a little deeper into the subject. Have a great week.

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  85. Beautiful things. I would be thrilled to win!

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  86. I like to combine using stencils with thermofax screens, mostly on fabric. Your upcycled box is great!

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  87. LOVE what you used to make the ziti box shrine. So cool. I have always loved using stencils for my art journaling pages. Now that I have a gelli plate I love using stencils with that. I'd be so excited to win your flying tulips stencil. It was my birthday last Sunday and winning would be a nice gift! Thanks for the chance, Jessica. Should I be the lucky one, please email me at bkisrael@gmail.com. Thanks so much.

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  88. I love how versatile your stencil is! You re so creative! Thank you for the giveaway. I love using tencils on paper as a jumping off point for that scary blank page.

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  89. I love what you have created. I love to use stencils in my art journals for backgrounds. I use acrylics, watercolors and pastels with them.

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  90. Talk about UP-cycling! Love your ziti box/budha display shrine. Fabulous!!! I love to use my stencils with various mediums to create texture and I am a glass bead medium aholic. Do you know of any 12 step programs for my kind? LOl.

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  91. WOW... what fabulous shrine! Incredibly creative...thanks for sharing your process with us!

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  92. Awesome! What a clever way to reuse materials in a truly artistic manner. I know you are using it for a Buda, but it kind of reminds me of the Southwestern missions. By the way, I love Klimt's work, so I can see the resemblance in the patterning. Blessings!

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  93. What a superb altered box!! Amazing colours and texture. Thanks for joining us at Frilly and Funkie this time. Hugs, Jenny x

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  94. Thank you for sharing a wonderful technique and use of a box. Cheers

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  95. Love the shapes and colours,its awsome

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  96. Hey there Jessica, your altered cereal box does appear to be sturdy and looks like a mighty fine creation. Go Girl! I'm so glad to find you on the net:)
    A great project for my young art students (ages 3 to 13). When teaching the Element "Color", our projects include various kinds of printmaking, including stenciling. We actually use cereal boxes that we cover with gesso and print various ways on those sturdy surfaces.
    My favorite way to use stencils back in the 60s was with the Adele Bishop stencils. I studied all about Moses Eaton (the original stencil master in the 1800s) and the gypsy in me wanted to live the life that Mr Eaton lived. I was so hooked, I stencilled on everything in my new little home: on walls, fabric, metals, Through the years I began to design my own stencils and my husband would painstakingly cut them out :) I still have some. And, I still love stenciling. At 70 years now, my latest use of stenciling is to combine it with my encaustic works. But, my all-time fav is stenciling on walls to create that Early Colonialism design feature :) I still admire Mr Eaton.

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  97. Wow love your shrine...very regal!! To be honest I don't have many stencils but I made my own out of paper and did a huge art piece on canvas out of them and it's one of my favorite large canvases hung in my bedroom!!

    Thanks for the opportunity to win one of your fabulous stencils!

    Hugs Giggles

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  98. Wow! Your shrine is just awesome. Lots of creative ideas. Just beautiful. Have a wonderful weekend and week ahead. Thanks for sharing your fab creation.

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  99. What a fabulous work from such ordinary materials. Gorgeous - Happy PPF

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  100. I love to use stencils to create my own unique fabrics.....sometimes on commercials fabrics and other times to add accents to my hand dyes.

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  101. Hi Jessica, I just found your blog while surfing the net looking for interesting stencils. I use the few stencils I have for my journals, and mixed media canvases. I haven't tried the beaded texture, but I love the outcome for your squares. Thanks for the tutorial, and the chance to win your stencil!

    Hugs,

    Carmen L

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  102. Great transformation Jessica! To make into a shrine is something wonderful. I haven't had the chance of using stencils much. But I do love the idea of using it like silhouettes...I have always imagined the skylines of cities as stencils to give a silhouette look. Also it would be a great technique for layering as well :)

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  103. This is absolutely fabulous ...your creativity and all those efforts have totally transformed a boring pasta box to a stunning shrine...Love the idea of using stencils and would definitely like to give it a try :)

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  104. What a cool idea! I love the texture of the glass beads gel, and the idea of cutting it up in little mosaic squares is brilliant. I've seen some of the other posts with this stencil, and the outcomes are very special. Great stencil, great work!

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  105. I just got this stencil from MaryBeth! I love to use stencils to spot design paper I use to tear in projects.

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  106. Brilliant altered box,great textures and that colour just zings!!!
    Thanks so much for joining us over at eclectic Paperie and joining in the fun.
    Hugs
    Tracy
    xoxo

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  107. Oh my gosh, Jessica, this altered box is fantastic! I love what you've done here - a total transformation - and it's incredibly unique with your customized tiles. I popped over and glimpsed the cape... AMAZING. Thank you so much for joining us at eclectic Paperie!

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  108. This is awesome! I love what you did to transform the pasta box into a magical shrine. I would love to try this technique with stencils. I must admit I've been using mostly digital techniques but am eager to transform a box like you did.

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  109. What a beautiful collection! I love the combination of orange and gold and the rich pattern.

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  110. I generally use stencils to make custom " patterned" paper in my crafting, but your work is AMAZING! I found you from Gelli Arts FB page.

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  111. I love stencils. I love to place them on a journal page i'm doing and mix some molding paste and w/acrylic paint and spread over the stencil with a art spatula. Makes for great texture. I'm also loving my gelli plate. I got mine last friday and havn't stopped using it since. Oh the possibilities.

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  112. Looks great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! So far I've mostly used stencils for backgrounds and some with a gelli plate and I also love to use paste.

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  113. What great creative ideas you have here. This was my first visit to your site. I like to use stencils to create unique art cloth. I use them with thickened procion dyes, fabric paints, paintstiks, and with soy wax as a resist. I've also used them to monoprint both on plexiglass and gel plates.

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  114. this is awesome, thank you for sharing it on the happy daze challenge this month. x

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  115. Wow wow and yep wow....awesome thank you for sharing your fabulous project You really spruced it up, just great thank you for sharing with the DT from Frilly and Funkie, thanksss Hugs Terry xxxx

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  116. I too am a Gelli fan, and love to use my stencils with my Gelli Plate.

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  117. What a totally RAD project!! Thanks for playing along in the Altered Boxes challenge over at eP!!

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  118. What an awesome project and great way to use your gorgeous stencil! I like to use stencils for creating backgrounds and with my gelli plate. Obviously I need to explore other uses!!

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  119. Marvelous transformation! I love the vivid colors, and the mosaic tiles are awesome!

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  120. I am new to using stencils, so I have not found my favorite yet!

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  121. Fantastic project. Love the way you made the mosaic tiles.

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