Nathalie Kalbach Stencils on a Dreamweaver Thursday

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Now that we are in full stride on our hop with Nathalie and Friends, it is time to bring in our Dreamweaver Thursday focus with stencils and since we are hopping with product sets that include stencils we are in double stencil mania.

Each of the three Foam and Cling Rubber Stamp sets by Nathalie Kalbach include a quality plastic stencil that add depth and dimension to a project. Let’s have a close up look at each stencil from these projects.

The stencil included in the Bird set is more like our templates as it has removable pieces used for masks. The intricate designs of the stencils in the Elephant and Urban Scribbles have great textural depth for layering. Each stencil design add complementary details to the stamps as well which gives us room to bring out Dreamweaver Stencils to fill in the gaps.

Here is a fun example of bringing our Dreamweaver Stencils into mixed media with a journal page by Nathalie Kalbach.

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Nathalie Kalbach Journal

A tip using your metal stencils with sticky mediums is to always keep the stencil flat on a surface while peeling away the paper substrate, that way the metal stencil is not damaged or warped and ready for the next project.

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A little blog hop reminder, there are THREE prize packages available to commenters for this hop that include ALL three of Nathalie Kalbach’s Foam Stamp, Cling Stamp and Stencil Sets. Be sure to stop and comment on our blog that of the blogs on the hop list and tell us where you are from in your comment. This is open everyone domestic and international! Deadline to comment is Sunday, May 1st at 11:59 PM Pacific Daylight Time (Monday, May 2nd 6:59 AM UTC).

Before we get to our hop list, take a peek at the gorgeous dimension the stencil from Urban Scribbles makes in this project close up by Gwen Lafleur.

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Creative Squad Member Gwen Lafleur

That’s it for our fabulous stencil focus today and now it’s time to hop on over to these participating designers, plus drop by Nathalie’s blog and see what she’s posted today!

Pam Bray

Alison Heikkila

Lea Fritts

Pam Hornschu

Nathalie Kalbach Blog

16 thoughts on “Nathalie Kalbach Stencils on a Dreamweaver Thursday

  1. Getting so much information on how to use the stencils and the different types of stamps.
    this has been an exciting week. Can’t wait to get my hands on some of stamps and stencils.
    the projects by the DT really reminded me that spring is here and the flowers and greenery
    are popping out all over.
    thanks
    Illinois

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  2. Mind blowing awesomeness today!!! I would love to go to Darkroom Door to create with these ladies one day! If I don’t make it there before I die I will be there in my next life or the afterlife! As a spirit I would play crafty little tricks on them at night when the shop was closed! LOL Can’t wait to see the finale tomorrow!! LOVING seeing these sets in action!! TFS!

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  3. Each and every day I have been amazed at the beautiful projects every one has created and today hasn’t failed me either. Thank you for the blog hop and great products and great artists. I am now coming off the computer to go play with my paints and Stampendous stamps and stencil Karen x

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  4. WOW – these stamp-stencil combos are SO EXCITING, the CREATIVE potential is endless!!!
    I’m INSPIRED by the colours, layers and textures of these fabulous designs!!!
    Tracy from Australia

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