crafters workshop | stencil blog hop

my sweet friend julie, who is an amazing art journaling queen and an incredible inky goddess has been busy designing some stencils for crafters workshop over the past year and asked me a few months ago if i would like to join in a little blog hop to celebrate her new partnership. yes please.

 

i received the cloud stencils, which i adored from the minute i saw it. i’ve been experimenting with folk art over the last few months and decided to make a little hanging cloud piece with some scrap linen that i hand in my stash. to start i cut two pieces of linen and painted each using the cloud stencil. i made sure to flip my stencil over on the second piece of linen so that my cloud “bubbles” would match when i sewed the piece together.

once sewn i stuffed it with some batting and then sanded the paint for a worn and primitive look. i added some linen patches and hung some crystal “raindrops” from the bottom of the could with some florist wire.

make sure that you check out the other artists that are particpiating today in the hop, and thanks to julie and CW for asking me to join them.

Lori Vliegan
Bianca Mandity
Claudine Hellmuth
Samantha Kira Harding
Diana Trout
Mou Saha
Julie Fei-Fan Balzer

happy tuesday!
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24 Responses to “crafters workshop | stencil blog hop”

  1. Kirsten Alicia Says:

    That’s lovely!

  2. Theresa Says:

    What a terrific idea for stencils! Very unique and love how your cloud and raindrops evolved!

  3. Nicole Brenna Says:

    That is a totally cute and fun project!

  4. Candy Says:

    Oh my!

  5. diana trout Says:

    Very fun idea! I love that you made the cloud 3D :)

  6. Johanne L. Says:

    This is so cute. I love it. Nice idea. Thanks for sharing, Johanne L.

  7. Michelle Bernard Says:

    OMG! I think I just went to cloud Heaven! This is absolutely fabulous!

  8. claudine hellmuth Says:

    I love your puffy cloud!! this is wonderful!

  9. Lisa Says:

    Love it! The mix of primative with the formality of the crystals–brilliant!

  10. MargieH Says:

    OMGosh! Talk about thinking outside that box! This is FAB! Wonderful inspiration – thanks!

  11. lori vliegen Says:

    this is such a super idea……i love it! and the way you “roughed” it up is the perfect finishing touch! :))

  12. Connie Says:

    These are adorable and would be wonderful put together as a children’s mobile!

  13. susan salyer Says:

    I am smitten…it is wonderful I cannot wait to try this.Ofcourse …some people make it look easy.

  14. Janet B Says:

    Cool! Thanks for the ideas.

  15. Darlene Propp Says:

    Fabulous crystal raindrops. How cool!

  16. Cheryl Says:

    Love the little black rain cloud (makes me think of Winnie the Pooh)TFS!

  17. Katje Lehrman Says:

    A very creative and fun project. Lovely little cloud :)

  18. berta Says:

    Love your little cloud! So cute!

  19. betsy Says:

    this is the cutest thing ever!

  20. pegg Says:

    So cool – I’m learning to sew and this is giving me such great ideas!

  21. Shelley Haganman Says:

    LOVE!

  22. Amy Says:

    Love that! I saw something similar in the window at MAUDE in Petaluma and have been wanting to make one. Yours looks great!!!

    -Amy
    Crafting by Candlelight

  23. patsy Says:

    fantastic! Great idea! Patsy from HeARTworks

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