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Welcome to Stencil-a-Palooza! Several days a week for the next month or so I'll be featuring one of my eighteen stencil designs for The Crafter's Workshop! Each post comes with a giveaway. Leave a comment answering the question-of-the-day and you might be the winner of that day's featured stencil in both 6x6 and 12x12! Comments will remain open on this post for seventy-two hours. The winner will be announced after that. In the meantime, if you'd like to purchase any of the stencils there are many in-person and online shops to choose from (including my own little online shop). See a complete list here.
- Ronda Palazzari: You'll remember Ronda's fabulous fabric clutch from last week. Her book Art of Layers: Simple Techniques, Inventive Scrapbook Pages, Imaginative Papercrafts is currently available for pre-sale.
- Tammy Tutterow: Nicknamed "Tammy Tutorial," as you might imagine, Tammy's blog is a wealth of technique tutorials. She teaches online at Big Picture Classes.
- Danielle Flanders: Danielle is a card maker extraordinaire! She is also a long-time member of the Pink Paislee and Melissa Frances design teams.
- Jill Sprott: She is a master of mist and a Garden Girl at Two Peas in a Bucket. Her blog is beautifully written and I so admire Jill's design eye and spectacular color sense!
And which stencil did I send these talented ladies?
Meet TCW218 Henna Hands:
This is one of my favorite stencils! It's just so very different from anything I've seen around. I was totally inspired by some of the absolutely stunning doodly henna designs I've seen around Pinterest. (See some inspiring images here.)
Here is some sun printed fabric:
Of course, you can use the hands individually instead of all together:
To win both the 6x6 and 12x12 versions of the Triangle Plaid Stencil, answer the Question of the Day:
Which of the designers in today's hop has inspired you to try something new? And what is it?
Just a reminder: To be eligible to win, you must post your comment in the comment section of this blog post. You cannot post on Facebook or by replying to the e-mail (if you subscribe) in your inbox. The reason for this is that I pick a winner via "random number generator" so I need a single list of comments.
Thanks for stopping by! Now go and get hopping: