In case you missed it, there was another blog hop yesterday! This time Julie‘s got three super talented gals for you to visit (plus her wonderful blog). Here’s Julie introducing each:
- Jenny Doh: Jenny is an artful creator, collaborator, curator, and crochet-er. She was the long-time Editor-in-Chief of Somerset Studio and now runs the popular website CRESCENDOh.com. She has curated numerous books including Art Saves and Journal It.
- Joanne Sharpe: Joanne and I first met at a CREATE retreat where we were both teachers. She is a wonderful lettering artist. You have probably seen her beautiful stamps from Art Gone Wild. She is teaching at all three CREATE retreats this year (California, Chicago, and New Jersey), so do yourself a favor and take a class from her!
- Ronda Palazzari: Ronda is warm, enthusiastic, energetic, and talented. She recently attended Ranger U. and is a misting maniac. Ronda is the author of the book Art of Layers and on the design teams for Maya Road, Purple Onion, and Sizzix.
These three ladies and Julie Fei-Fan Balzer will be showing off the possibilities of the “peek-a-boo” stencil:
You can probably guess why this stencil is called Peek-a-Boo, can’t you? Yep, it looks like eyes. Julie says at the time she designed it she was actually thinking of Indian textiles, which use a lot of circles and sequins. So here’s Julie’s first amazing project with it:
Isn’t it magnificent?
Click on Julie’s blog to read more about how she uses this versatile stencil. If you’d like to win the “Peek-a-Boo” stencil in 6×6 and 12×12, leave an answer to the following question in the comments section of her blog:
Where do you find artistic inspiration?
Here are those blogs again:
Thanks for stopping by!