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TRENDING TUESDAY ~ STENCILS

I am really proud to present this months "Trending Tuesday" projects created by our Design Team.  The TEAMS projects are FANTASTIC!  This month the TREND we asked the everyone to showcase was STENCILS.  Please visit each members blog for full details of their project!









We hope you enjoyed our TRENDING TUESDAY projects.  Be sure to visit each artists blog and let them know you have been by!  THANKS for joining us for another TRENDING TUESDAY!

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  1. Lovely Inspiration from the whole team with such a varied array of projects creating using Stencils this month. Love them all! xx

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  2. Some really exciting and inspirational use of stencils, showing just how versatile they can be! Julie Ann xx

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  3. Wonderful projects! I love my stencils. These are all such creative examples of how they can be used.

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  4. Great projects today! I LOVE LOVE LOVE stencils and hardly make anything anymore without using one or more as part of the design. Thanks for so many great ideas! Anne, yourmainestamper

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  5. Amazing work everyone!! I love love love using stencils!!!

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  6. WOW, loving them all, great diversity and all I know is YOU GUYS ROCK!!!

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  7. Wow is right. Love all the variety of work. Stencils are so fun to use and obviously very versatile. Great projects everyone!

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  8. How fun to see all the variety. I know I have some new ideas to incorporate into my work because of you all. Great job guys!

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  9. Super Job everyone! It's amazing the diversity you can achieve with the same tool! Beautiful, unique and amazing art!

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  10. Beautiful! I like all of them ♥

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  11. WHAT A GREAT TEAM!!!! Thanks for your great work!!!

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