Wednesday, August 15, 2018

StencilGirl®Products & Emerald Creek are at it again!!

I have become quite a fan of embossing powder of late, especially the fun colors and mixes made by Emerald Creek. Seems like they are a match made in heaven with our stencils. This time, I used the powders in an acrylic painting on stretched canvas. 
Watch and see what happens:





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84 comments:

  1. Embossing on canvas - I can so see many possibilities with this technique!

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  2. Beautiful embossingpowders. Love your technique.

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  3. A delicious piece of art with fabulous colour and texture from the embossing!!

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  4. What a GORGEOUS painting! Love seeing your process in your video! Your color combinations and dimensional textures are fabulous!

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  5. Love all your work!

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  6. I can’t get enough embossing powder or stencilgirl stencils; they’re my “go-to” products!

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  7. Such a beautiful canvas! I haven't used embossing powders for so long. Thank you for sharing your techniques. :)

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  8. I am really enjoying the resurgence of embossing powders too. I bought my 1st pot back in 1996 & always have it close to hand. Thanks for the inspiration in your fabulous art

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  9. Ooo we have a word here that sums this up "ataahua" (beautiful)!

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  10. Beautiful! I love the bright colors!

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  11. Great color pops with the embossing powder!

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  12. Thanks so much Mary Beth! You’ve already gotten me hooked on embossing powders after seeing them at AU! Love this! Email: rgbrule@yahoo.com

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  13. Love that texture and the colors. Oh my! Fabulous.

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  14. Wow! Love this canvas! And that additional pop of color and texture from the embossing powders. I see this in my next journal page! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Ohh I have a mini canvas I can try this on, love your massive artwork ­čĹĆ

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  16. I recently bought my first pot of emerald Creek embossing powders. I am so in love.

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  17. I’m inspired to give this a try.

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  18. Gorgeous piece you have going on there MaryBeth! I always wondered about EP on a canvas, wonderful to see it's totally doable! TFS :) Wow what an exciting lineup for this hop!!!

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  19. Love this! It is gorgeous!

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  20. I didn't know you can paint over ebossing powdwe!

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  21. Wow, gorgeous colours and textures. Love it. Hugz

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  22. I love this, and see you’ve added more since the video. Those colours are fantastic, who knew transparent paint would work over the top.
    Bevtextart (at) btinternet (dot com)

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  23. Emerald Creeks EP and Stencil Girl stencils are my go to products, so this blog hop is pure bliss. Great start with you Mary Beth !

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  24. What an amazing result, I loved the whole process

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  25. So interesting! I love texture of the embossing powder on the painted canvas. Using the soft gel to adhere it is brilliant. My embossing ink is always drying up. Love the effect of the iron oxide paint too. Thanks so much for sharing your great ideas.

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  26. Lovely :) I adore Emerald Creek powders..so vibrant!

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  27. Oh MaryBeth, I love your grids and choice of colors. The idea of paint over the powders is wonderful. I really like how that looks. sunmoongal(at)me(dot)com

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  28. Beautiful colors of embossing powder! clen3(at)sbcglobal(dotnet)

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  29. Love your canvas, the embossed squares are beautiful.

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  30. Lulubadgley (at) gmail (dot com) look forward to all the posts

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  31. Oh the possibilities! The fire is ignited! I have to try....

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  32. Love these powders, wow!!!

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  33. Such a cool piece! Love the colors!

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  34. I love the addition of the embossing powder for dimension. This is a fantastic painting. Thanks so much for sharing

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  35. I love watching Mary Beth's techniques. So many great ideas to try!

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  36. This is wonderful, Mary Beth!!!

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  37. Oh Mary Beth! Love It! Another beautiful piece....love the creativity of using the embossing powders for another dimension!

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  38. Wow Mary Beth, this is just fabulous! I love the way you incorporated the embossing into your canvas composition, its was such a great idea to continue the stencil with the bright colors in small areas, it really does make it pop and give it a nice touch of dimension. Gorgeous example and love seeing the video, watching process always invokes ideas! aksbarchitect1 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  39. Great abstract, love the embossing!

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  41. MB, loved your creative use of embossing powder on your canvas and fab stencils as well. Cathy Costelle

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  42. Great GiveAway! Thank you for the chance to win! Love seeing your art! Hugs! deb

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  43. I would never have thought of embossing on canvas! Love the abstractness (is that a word?) of your piece!

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  44. I have always loved embossing. This is a whole new avenue for me!!

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  45. This piece is so interesting. I love that you limited yourself to squares of all sizes. I only have the Emerald Creek Baked Textures, but seeing that color color I know now I need MORE!

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  46. I amy have to try embossing! Never used it before...

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  47. weatherscf at yahoo dot com

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  48. Love stencils! Love embossing! Thank you for great ideas.

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  49. Love the canvas with all the grids and colors, and the embossing powders made it stand out even more :)

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  50. How fun!! I never thought if using embossing powders on a canvas!

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  51. I love to watch you work, Mary Beth--thanks for sharing

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  52. Love the colors and the combination of stencils and the embossing powder.

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  53. What a beautiful effect! Marilyn dot alexieff at gmail dot com

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  54. I forget about using my embossing powders constantly. Thanks so much for the reminder of how fun they can be.

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  55. Amazing! I never thought about mixing powders before.

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  56. very cool stenciling on Canvas and love the embossing powders :)

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  57. A beautiful crazy quilt.
    The colors are wonderful.
    thanks for sharing
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  58. Ooohhhhh! Love your techniques! Never thought of embossing on the canvas.

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  59. This is a really cool technique, and it looks awesome! Love the very modern artsy feel to your project!

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  60. Such a beautiful project. Loved watching you create!

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  61. What a colourful and imaginative work of art. Thank you for sharing!
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  62. I really loved the background you did and then the embossing just brought it out so much more!

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  63. using your hands for the paint...great idea over the embossing! Time to play....

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  64. Fabulous Canvas! MaryBeth and loved watching you in action in the vid. Cool techniques . Tfs x

    pink.66(at)gmail(dot com)

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  65. this is great, embossing on canvas!

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  66. Fantastic! Great idea and am always thankful for a tutorial video!


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  67. Not sure if my other comment posted...so...I really like the mix of colors you used here, Mary Beth! TFS Maura

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  68. Love this piece MB. I really liked the small squares in a square technique and adding a little nickle azo gold on top. Beautiful!

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  69. I am learning so many new (to me) ways to use stencils!

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  70. Beautiful project!!! Great technique!!!

    raggiodiluce82 (at) gmail (dot com)

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  71. Wow this is fantastic I am going to give it a try on a half done project that I needed inspiration for!!

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  72. Simply love this MaryBeth!

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  73. Great demo Marybeth, looks fabulous! thanks for sharing! beenebag (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  74. I love this one MaryBeth, and you just helped me figure out what I need to do on a canvas I have been stuck on for awhile, and it already had embossing on it!

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  75. So interesting to see a glimpse of your process for creating this beautiful canvas.

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  76. I do mostly papercrafts and would never have thought to use embossing powders on a canvas... sooo cool!! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  77. Mary Beth- thanks so much for letting me be part of the hop! I love seeing how you create and your painting is just gorgeous! Sorry I haven't commented sooner- my computer died during the hop :-(

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  78. MJ, does this ever give me ideas! Love it!

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  79. Jeez. MB...it’s late in arkansas...

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  80. I want to try this on a collage I have been working on.

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  81. Beautiful canvas! Love all the colours and how they come together!

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  82. NICE ARTWORK Marybeth! Hope it's ok to put that golden direct to your skin girlie! Hugs , Sanna

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  83. Wow, this is amazing! I love all the colors and variations.

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