Wednesday, April 18, 2018

StencilGirl® Products & Lindy's Blog Hop

You know, it occurs to me that I have a pretty darn fun job. I get to try out lots of new products and how fun is that? This time, when I got the Lindy's supplies, I decided to record my process so you could come along for the experimentation. 
Hope you enjoy!!


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Blog Hop Order:

April 18
Mary Beth Shaw
Gwen Lafleur
Mary C. Nasser
Debi Adams
Tina Walker
Kate Palmer
Cindy Wille
Natalie May
Pascale Bernard
Anat Weksler
Bertheas Peggy
Elena Martynova

April 19
Belen Sotelo
Cindy Gilstrap
Kiala Givehand
Torrie Gass
Janet Joehlin
Valerie Ouellet
Aga Baraniak
Sivan Amedi
Aleksandra Mihelič
Joanna Marquet
Phoebe Tonosaki
Caroline Parent

April 20
Carol Baxter
Sandee Setliff
Karen Gaunt
Louise Nelson
Sherry Canino
Kerry Fellowes
Yulianna Efremova
Kasia Bogatko-Skoczypiec
Olga Bielska
Olga Ravenskaya

68 comments:

  1. Very cool ideas, Mary Beth! Those powders are so versatile!! ~Rachel Bell bellbrzs (at) cox (dot net)

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  2. Love the powders.

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  3. I hadn't thought about mixing these products w/others, so thanks for demo-ing that!

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  4. Such a great video, showcasing the various products! Great blog hop:)!

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  5. So many possibilities!

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  6. I use Magicals and they are super fun. I would love win so I could try the sprays.

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  7. Your experiments gave me several ideas to try...

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  8. Thanks so much for the detail video, I found it very useful 💖
    Love
    Riddhi

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  9. Ohh...very interesting experiments with all Colors....lovely,thanks Mary Beth💕😊

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    Rituparna

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  10. Love this demo. Always wondered about these products. Now I need more stufff!

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  11. Great ideas MaryBeth. I have some Lindys that Ive been wanting to play with so this inspires me to get going.
    Cathy Costelle

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  12. Cool to see all those "what-if" ideas. I'm sure they are even more stunning in person.

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  13. Nice products! clen3 (at) sbcglobal (dot com)

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  14. Great video, Mary Beth! So happy you are hopping with us! :)

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  15. Awesome! Can't wait to try some of these ideas!

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  16. Fab ideas, makes me want to go experiment and play! Thanks so much! kmkblogan(at)hotmail(dotcom)

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  17. I love the idea of the powders for traveling!

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  18. Great Ideas Mary...:)

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  19. Thanks for sharing!

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  20. Love it! Such a great video to show all the fun stuff!

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  21. Love all the products. Thanks for the video!

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  22. this is such an invitation to explore other creative worlds, although it is a bit difficult to navigate as the list of names is not clickable. journeyintolightathotmail.com

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  23. Love the tutorial this is really inspiring..♥️♥️♥️♥️

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  24. Thanks for the ideas Mary Beth!
    stacy.caddy (at) gmail (dot com)

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  25. thanks for the video, such a great way of using various mediums with sprays and powders

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  26. Awesome ideas!! Thank you for the inspiration :)
    laurandame (at) gmail (dot com)

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  27. Love Lindy's Powders and sprays!

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  28. Love your experiments, Mary Beth. They're so instructive and inspiring!

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  29. Thank you for the demo! I would never thought of using them in so many different ways! Woo hoo! Heading for the paste.

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  30. Hi, This is Liana Erbach Patterson. I had no idea such products were available! Thanks for the intro!

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  32. Wow! Have to get me some of those!!
    jmbs1011@gmail.com

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  33. neat idea. Bailey(at)BaileyFiberArt(dot)com

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  34. Great ideas for techniques, Mary Beth!
    alhrobkin(at) aol (dot com)

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  35. Fun to see the little demos. Amanda (at) meadowdance (dot org)

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  37. Love seeing all the ways you can use these products. Thanks for sharing!

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  38. Thanks for showcasing the product. I really like the project that looks like a photo on canvas. I would love to see a video of how you did that.
    mc-reeda (at) seovec (dotorg)

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  39. Great to see all the options with these products! Thank you! pinecone (at) cybermesa (dot com)

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  40. Thanks for showing all the ways to use these cool products!

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  41. I'd like to try these Lindy's products to reproduce Japanese Raku glazes on paper. Thank you! Linda
    l7ellis (at) yahoo (dot com)

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  42. What a combo...Stencil Girl and Lindy's. Thank you MB for showing us different ways to use the Lindy's. Just gorgeous. I am in art heaven.
    suzschultz23(at)aol(dot)com

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  43. Thanks for sharing these wonderful idea's! Love your art work!

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  44. love the idea of adding magicals to wet gesso, i will be givin this a go ;) TFS

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  45. Wonderful video and hop.

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  46. Now I understand how to really play!

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  47. I haven't tried Magical's, but I will now!! Loved your video and thank you for the awesome share!!
    Kim

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  48. Hi Beth, I love the multitude of background ideas! I always struggle with getting started.

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  49. I don't have any of Lindy's products yet but they do look like so much fun, especially the Magicals!

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  50. The Lindy's products look like so much fun! The copper powder and grunge paste on the stencil really have my creativity going!

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  51. MB, a couple of questions. 1) how do you get such a smooth surface on your encaustic?
    2) is the powder that ships dry in the bottle the same as magical powder?

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  52. I have only ever used sprays but I loved seeing your use of other mediums. Great video!

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  53. thanks for the video.
    Enjoy watching others work.
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  54. Just love your experimentation's! ♥

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  55. love seeing all the ways to use these products, I loved the grunge paste colored with the copper magical! thanks for sharing

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  56. Thanks for sharing the video...Just love watching you artwork. Jgr1942798@aol.com

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  57. Fabulous ideas and great video! Thank you for sharing your inspiration!

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