Thursday, April 20

A #Cre8time love of ART... Day 2 of StencilGirl and Amazing Casting Products Bloghop!

Hello Amazing Crafters!! Welcome to Day TWO of the StencilGirl Products and Amazing Casting Products Blog Hop! We hope to inspire you for THREE days with new projects each day!

The creative teams of StencilGirl and Amazing Casting Products have joined Cre8time forces in playing with Amazing Casting Products and StencilGirl stencils... including Mary Beth Shaw!!!

Did you LOVE the projects from Day ONE???


Gwen from Team StencilGirl has created this stunning Art Deco book with a matching box! CLICK HERE to see all the details on her blog!

This is just a peek of Karen's creation... but it's looking quite FRIDA! CLICK HERE to pop over for the full REVEAL!

Amazing Creative Tracy is inspired by Ancient Greek Art!
Pop over to her blog to see more details HERE!

Check out all the dimension in Amazing Creative Brenda's mosaic piece!
Follow the elephants to her blog post HERE!

What would a bloghop be without a GIVEAWAY??!!!

One lucky winner will receive both a $25 Gift Certificate to StencilGirl Products AND a $25 Gift Certificate to Amazing Casting Products!

Please take your time and visit each blog showcased today through Friday and leave a comment. The more blogs you comment on, the more chances you have to WIN! 

Day 2 Bloghop Lineup...

Visit the fabulous designers from both teams and comment
for your chance to win (one comment per blog please).

You have until Sunday, April 23rd at 11:59PM Central Time to leave your comments. Winner will be announced on StencilGirl's Facebook page and also on the Amazing Casting Products’ Facebook page on Monday, April 24th. GOOD LUCK!!

Be sure to check back tomorrow for more AMAZING Inspiration!!

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  1. This comment is for Tracy Alden (couldn't leave the comment on her post)...Loved how you created the 'fresco' texture using the mold putty to make a stamp. I look forward to creating some of my own textures!

    1. Alta - thank you for your thoughtfulness and leaving the comment here. We have alerted Tracy to see if the problem can be remedied. Her molded sidewalk texture stamps are pretty clever - would have never have imagined she created the background like that from seeing the finished piece.

    2. Alta - perhaps you might try leaving Tracy a comment on her blog when you have a minute. She thinks she has the problem remedied :)

  2. Such amazing inspiration. I am in awe of the works created!! Waving hi from Grand Rapids!!!


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