Martha Richardson’s creations


















Martha Richardson has a real love affair with our templates and Tattered Angels Sprays.

Tattered Angels Paint Mediums Used on above tag:

Glimmer Mist in Key Lime Pie & Pearl

Glimmer Chalkboard in Fairway & Calypso

She took 3 of her favorite templates:













And then went to town with them.  Here’s what she writes:

“I often talk about MOP TAGS, these are manilla shipping tags that I use to mop up any excess mist and I save them for future use. I have two tags created from these Mop Tags and stenciled watercolor paper.

















Tattered Angels Paint mediums used:

Chalkboard Glimmer Mist in Firefly, Valencia, Alaskan Salmon & Pink Polka Dot

Glimmer Glam in Chandelier & Rockin’ on Sunshine















“The above photo shows the back of the tags where I added the left over pieces, the watercolor paper that I use and more stencils & it’s matching MOP TAG! 

My second project is part of a monthly challenge created by 3 fabulous artists called THE WHATEVER’S, based on creative storytelling. If you want to know all the specifics you can find all the info. here at Nathalie Kalbach’s blog or here at Catherine Scanlon’s blog or here at our very own Tattered Angel, Vickie Chrisman’s blog! I was intrigued by the concept and spent sometime thinking about the story I wanted to create. I knew that a piece of old wallpaper would be the base for my 1st page/story and of course this could only be created with Tattered Angels.”















“Tattered Angels Paint products used:

Glimmer Mist in Nougat, Partridge in a Pear Tree, Woven Burlap & Cinder

Glimmer Chalkboard in Chalk

Here is the finished page and you’ll be able to read my story about The Whatever’ here.”

Thanks Martha! Absolutely beautiful!!  Click here to read her blog.


Blending Inks with Stencils

Today I’m here to share an album by Ronda Pallazzari. If you haven’t seen Ronda’s amazing art, you’re totally missing out. What I love about Ronda’s work is that she uses our stencils to create beautifully colored and blended backgrounds.

Recently, she took a trip to Doha and created this wonderful mini album to create cross between a travel album and an art journal. Here’s a peek into some of her beautiful pages:

See how she uses multiple color mists in each page and the stencil makes it look like it’s blending from pink to orange to yellow? I also love the way the soft background and the black inks offset each other.

To see much more of Ronda’s album click here and if you haven’t used your stencils with multiple sprays to create this blending effect, give it a try! (and if you have, link us up in the comments so we can see!)

Ps: You have two more days to comment for last week’s give away. See you on Friday for another giveaway!

Stencil Hop: Wedding Ring

I’m going to let Julie Fei-Fan Balzer present today’s Stencil Hop as only she can….

It’s stencil hop time, baby!  I present to you four fantastically talented women:

These ladies are going to be showing off the Wedding Ring stencil:

Here are a few examples of what you’ll find during your blog hop:

Jaime here – to read all about how/why this is a “Wedding Ring” stencil, click here.

If you’d like to win the Wedding Ring Stencil in 6×6 and 12×12 leave a comment on Julie’s blog answering the following question:

What is a craft/art supply you’d like to learn more about?

 Now go and visit the four other blogs in the hop for some awesome inspiration!

Thanks for stopping by!