Saturday, June 7, 2014

House Blessing with the Hamsa Stencil

I have been introducing you to my newest stencils from Stencil Girl, and today I am on the Stencil Girl Talk blog showing you how I created home blessings with the Hamsas Stencil.  I hope you'll go over to Stencil Girl Talk for the meaning of the Hamsa, and step out photos for how I created this house blessing.

You can also click here for the introduction of my Teacups and Teapot Stencil,

and here for the Layered Peonies Stencil.

Giveaway:  In gratitude for all of you who visit me, I am giving away this small Hamsa Blessing, which measures 3 1/2" by 5 1/2" and is on a small remnant of a book cover which I covered with plaster and gauze.  Leave me a comment here, as well as on Stencil Girl Talk, by Sunday night, 11:59PM ET, for two chances to win it!

And... the winner of the giveaway for the Peony stencil is Elizabeth Jones, with this sweet comment:

I look forward to hearing from Elizabeth (email me at jessicabethsporn at gmail dot com) with her address and sending her the stencil!

Your comments make me so happy and let me know you were here. I read and treasure every comment and will happily answer any questions as soon as I can.

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  1. Love that Hamsas stencil - it's just gorgeous. Your colour use amazes and delights me too...keeping fingers crossed here (very hard to key that way!).

    1. Hi Win - You won!! Send your snail mail address to me at jessicabethsporn at gmail dot com and I will send it to you!

  2. Such a great stencil - I love your colours, so beautiful on a dull, grey day!
    Congratulations to Elizabeth!

  3. Stencils are addictive, and yours particularly so. Not being familiar with Hamsas...I have to add them to my wishlist, along with the teapots. There are never too many blessings to be had. The more the better.

  4. I love this stencil, actually all of your designs, they really speak to me, as does your uplifting look at the world. Had fun with Seth, was thinking of you yesterday. xox

  5. I truly love the Hamsa stencil. But more important, I love what I Learn from you as an artist. Your humility and humanity never cease to amaze me.

  6. Thank you for sharing your talent with us. I really enjoyed the Hamsa stencil tutorial.

  7. Fabolous art you are sharing. Gosh all that inspiration... Love soaking it up. I just saw your Peonies . The girl with layered peonies. Oh she is gorgeous. The winner must be so lucky... Lol.
    The lovely Hamsa hands are so full of symbolism. Love the way you integrated it into your art !
    I'm so grateful for lovely tutorials like this. Thanks a lot for sharing !!
    Hugs from SPAIN

  8. I can't wait to get the starry night and new Hamsa stencils into my hot little hands! this is a great project!


  9. Hi, I just got several of your stencils including the tea and the Hamas . Now I need the blessing but will make due with my own for now. This is such a special idea for giving love to anyone anytime.

  10. I am so intrigued buy that hamsa stencil! Must have one...also the peony stencil is so pretty...

  11. I adore your artwork, Jessica! I have and use both of your Hebrew stencils. The Priestly blessing is very meaningful to our family. Just bought the Hamsa stencil yesterday. I'm looking forward to seeing more of your art and tutorials. Thank you for sharing so generously with us!

  12. Loved seeing this post on the StencilGirl blog! What a wonderful gift for a new home, I will be moving soon which is why I am thinking about that. Thank you for showing us how you prepared the canvas's too. Great work! Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.


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