Thursday, May 16, 2013

Blog Hop Give Away

from my sketchbook ~ pods and leaves
detail from my sketchbook ~ by Jane LaFazio
from my sketchbook ~ pods and leaves
from my sketchbook ~ by Jane LaFazio
from my sketchbook ~ pods and leaves
detail from my sketchbook ~ by Jane LaFazio
from my sketchbook ~ pods and leaves
detail from my sketchbook ~ by Jane LaFazio

from my sketchbook ~ pods and leaves
detail from my sketchbook ~ by Jane LaFazio
Before I tell you details of the GIVE AWAY...

Here's a little tutorial on how I used Chris Cozen's Artistcellar Playful Pods Stencils on my sketchbook page:
from my sketchbook ~ pods and leaves
1. spray gesso through the stencil, onto a sketchbook page
from my sketchbook ~ pods and leaves
2. paint watercolor over the page (use a large brush)
from my sketchbook ~ pods and leaves
3. The stencil won't show up right away
from my sketchbook ~ pods and leaves
4. When the page is dry, you'll see the stencil images
from my sketchbook ~ pods and leaves
5. Draw and watercolor, like you normally would. (I also traced some of the stencil shapes with pencil, and filled them in with watercolor)
from my sketchbook ~ pods and leaves
6. The page develops. You can see how that pattern comes out even more when you paint over it.
from my sketchbook ~ pods and leaves
7. Nearly done. 
from my sketchbook ~ pods and leaves
8. Adding borders and text help complete the page

250 comments:

  1. This is a really neat technique Jane. Now I need to go out and get some spray gesso.

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  2. I love the layering on your page. Great giveaway!

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  3. Thanks for the tutorial...what beautiful results! I'd love to win these stencils:)

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  4. That is awesome Jane. Even though you used discreet shades of colors, the whole project is amazingly expressive and the frame really makes the image pop out. You can see every little detail fading apparitional in the background, what emphasizes the main images even more, in a fantastic way. Love it.:-) C~

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  5. I love the way you used these stencils! Thank you for the great tutorial. I can't wait try your technique! Generous giveaway!

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  6. Background sort of looks like old wallpaper. Way cool!

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  7. oh Jane this is FABULOUS!!!! Love how the pod stencil resist subtly peeks thru your wonderful sketching. I've never used the gesso spray -just the regular stuff. Now I want to get the spray and experiment :) Thanks for the generous giveaway!

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  8. so lovely and subtle and the beautiful border ....incredible.

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  9. This tutorial is awesome!, Thank you for the giveaway!

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  10. What a great tutorial and giveaway. I always enjoy your blog.

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  11. This is a wonderful tutorial...thank you so much! Great giveaway!!

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  13. Love this sketching project. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

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  14. Jane I love this technique. Gesso in a Spray is brilliant. I just received my Pod Stencils in the mail and I am so so excited to use them this weekend. Thank you for sharing your talents with us.
    Warmly-
    Sarinda

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  15. What a cool technique! Beautiful! Thanks for the tutorial!

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  16. This is by far my favourite technique used on the blog hop thus far. The gesso makes such a difference! I love it. I wasn't sure about the stencils at first, but the more I see them being used the more excited I am about them!

    Thanks for sharing.

    Hannah @ thelemonhive.com

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  17. I love the subtle beauty of the gesso and how it takes the paint deeper. xoxo

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  18. Thanks for the tutorial and inspiration. The piece is lovely! I would love a chance to win one of the giveaway items.

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  19. I visit your blog everyday. I love your style, happiness and ideas. I was obsessed with your simple muslin bags a while ago and made scads of them. I gave away over 30 of them and use them for environmentally friendly birthday packaging. Thanks for blogging.

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  20. I had not heard of spray gesso before. cool. Such a lovely piece.

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  21. What a great way to incorporate a stencil into a journal page. Love the spray gesso technique. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway.

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  22. Love your blog Jane. I'm always looking for new stencils and ways to use them.

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  23. lovely work & very exciting to have a chance at wining! thank you

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  24. That is such a simple yet effective background technique...and you sketch is just gorgeous!!! I have a eucalyptus in my garden...to remind me of my early years in Aus :D XXX

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  25. Oh what a fantastic giveaway!!! I love how you used the stencils...very creative!

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  26. The spray gesso background is so coooooooool.

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  27. Ohhhh, I would love to try these stencils. Thanks, as always, for the encouragement and generosity. Chris is a great talent as are you! Happy Creating!

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  28. Sure would love to have any of these stencils, never mind the book and DVD! Thanks for doing this.

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  29. The stencils under the watercolor is very cool! Now if I could only paint worth a hoot, I'd give it a try. Thanks for the chance.

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  30. That is so cool! Spraying gesso through a stencil? Never thought of that, thanks so much. And thank you for achance to win these gorgeous stencils ;-)

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  31. I love what you did with the stencil - almost ethereal!
    I would love to win a set!

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  32. Oooh, I'm going to have to try some spray gesso! What a great idea. Thanks for the tutorial! Love this blog hop!

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  33. such a generous blog hop, both because of all the inspiration and the prizes that can be won. love your page,.... again! i'll try the use of gesso that way, although i have to roll it on through the stencil, because i haven't found spray gesso yet.

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  34. You gave a nice clever idea of using the stencils. I am going to try it. As always i learn a lot from your tutorial. Thankyou for a chance to win.
    Aish S

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  35. Beautiful stencils. Your art really shows off the stencils nicely adding so much dimension.

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  36. Hi Jane...thank you for the great instructions and chance to win the stencil set...

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  37. Does the spray gesso work on fabric, too? I love the soft shapes - you always think outside the box.

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  38. Thanks for the tutorial. I think your page is fabulous!

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  39. it's like TWO giveaways: thanks for both!

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  40. Love how you used the stencils! Thanks for sharing the technique and for a chance at the giveaway.

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  41. What you did here is FABULOUS! Love your background technique and can hardly wait to try it! Thanks for sharing and being a part of this fun bloghop using Chris's stencils.

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  42. The pod stencils and your tutorial are wonderful. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  43. Wonderful tutorial and great giveaway. Thank you!

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  44. Beautiful! The border really did finish off the piece. I am going to have to keep an eye out for spray gesso.

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  47. Cool use of the stencils. I didn't even know there was such a thing as spray gesso. I'll have to look into that. Thanks for the opportunity of the give away.

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  48. what beautiful work you do, what a great tutorial. That is a terrific way to make a background to start off a page. Thanks for the ideas and the giveaway!

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  49. Love your blog and I'm having fun checking out the others on the hop too. thanks!

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  50. Fab pages and spray gesso technique , Jane!!!!!
    Thanks as always for the inspiration!!!!!

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  51. Love! I have to try spray gesso.

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  53. I'm always inspired by the posts and tutorials on your blog and this is no exception.

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  54. So cool and love you showed your technique! I turning into a pod!!!

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  55. I had to laugh when I saw Janesville because I lived near Janesville WI as a kid. Your journals look like fun. What do you suggest for a good journal (brand) where colors won't leak through? Love Chris's pod stencils too. I love the waterlily pods in the fall. They would make a cool stencil too.

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  56. terrific tutorial and am loving the fab results, it is certainly an awesome stencil. Hugs Annette x

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  57. I am just learning how to use water colors and starting to journal. The stencils would be a great addition to my pages. Thanks for the tutorial on how to use them.

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  58. That is so cool, can't wait to try it. I am ordering a few new things for me in my art journey because of what I've seen on this blog hop. Can't wait to get my Micro Glaze and white pen in the mail!

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  59. Too cool, love the final project...!!! I've become a pod lover very quickly!

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  60. Thank you for the tutorial, I love the page you made!!!
    And please count me in for the give away!

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  61. Great giveaway and lots of potential uses.

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  63. Oh, stencils are so much fun and that book looks wonderful!

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  64. Great seeing these versatile stencils used as the basis for the beautiful watercolor background.

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  65. Just beautiful, Jane. Love Chris and EVERYTHING she touches.

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  66. Love this tutorial Jane. Have never used spray gesso before. Now it's a definite must. Thank you for this generous opportunity to win these stencils/book.

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  67. Such versatile stencils! Great anchor for the watercolor background!

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  68. I loved this tutorial! I can't wait to try it out. Thank you so much for sharing this! The stencil reminds me of all the "gumnut babies" in Australia.

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  69. Your work is so beautiful, Jane, and inspirational. Thank you so much for posting all your projects. I've made a few cat quilts using the technique on your DVD. It's so much fun!

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  70. Well I never heard of spary gesso, but sure do love the idea of using it this way! Must go see about some right away...thanks!!

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  71. What an awesome tutorial and giveaway! Thank you for both!

    Sheila

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  74. How beautiful your page is!! Thank you for sharing it.

    Manuela

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  75. Incredible stencils and tutorial. Such stunning results.
    Crossing my fingers over here!

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  76. great tutorial!
    thanks for the giveaway!

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  77. THANK YOU for this tutorial Jane. I was really wondering how you had done this page!

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  79. Your tutorials are always stimulating. You are such a great teacher. Thank you so much for offer this giveaway.

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  80. Wow! Thanks for a fantastic tutorial! I love how the page has a damask look with the gesso below. So much fun!

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  81. I love how you used the pod stencils Jane - subtle yet effective!

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  82. This is great! Thanks for the pics! Thanks for the give a-way!

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  83. Love your journal page and your description of how you created it!
    What a fantastic giveaway!

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  84. I LOVE all the layers and the "magic" of how the stenciled pods appear when the paint is applied. Such a beautiful journal page!

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  85. Awesome use of the stencil - love the technique! Would love to use the stencil in my own work or read the book! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  86. Love the stencils. Thank you for the opportunity!

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  87. Oh what a GORGEOUS way to to backgrounds! You are brilliant.

    Count me in on the giveaway : )

    ~Monika K.

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  88. This is fabulous. Whenever you use those layers, the complexity of the parts makes a very interesting picture. And then, you show us how easy it is to do! The best thing of all is the online sharing. I know when I come to your blog I will see something new and fun and inspiring.

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  89. I love your use of the stencils, so subtle. The overall picture is charming. I'd love to win this prize, I use stencils in my art a lot.

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  91. Always love your work Jane, and I love these stencils too. Pods, on pods, on pods. Fantastic!
    Thanks for the demo. I can't wait to try them.

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  92. I can smell the eucalyptus!

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  93. I apologize for having three comments but your site kept telling me it did not recognize my wordpress profile. Since it said that, I tried multiple times...I came back to try again and found three...I only meant for it to be one comment!

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  94. Thank you for sharing your work and techniques. I appreciate the step by step photos to see you the art transforms.

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  95. I have used stencils with veils of the stuff you fill nail holes with and modeling paste. It works great too, just more textural. I used an old credit card to trowel it on/off. Love your blog.

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  97. Hi Jane,

    Thanks for the great tutorial. I will be trying it out. I would love to win your stencils they are pretty awesome.

    Yvonne/ yrd@hotmail.com

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  98. I love the way the stencilled patterns showed up as the paint dried. I'm excited to try this in my own book. Thanks for the tutorial!

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  99. How inspiring! What great pages. And SPRAY gesso??? This is definitely something I wanna try! :)

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  100. I have visited your blog several times in the past few days since I discovered it through the Sketchbook Challenge site. I am so impressed with your talent and the goodness that permeates this blog.
    Someone I very much respect once told me that what artists do, is they feel.
    Thank you for choosing the positive aspect, and sharing with us. You are a real inspiration to me.
    Regards, Karin

    Sorry if you got the message more than once--I wasn't sure if it went through.

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  101. Love the tutorial and your blog! Great giveaway!

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  102. This is so fantastic! I love following your blog, and a giveaway of such wonderful things is the icing on the cake - thanks so much.

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  103. Love the tutorial and your blog!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  104. Great tutorial, thanks for sharing! What a great give-away!

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  105. I enjoyed seeing your use of the stencils - nice job. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  106. aren't pods gr8! I love how you combined the spray gesso with watercolor to achieve this effect.

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  107. Love, love, love your blog! The colors! The inspiration! The tutorials/instructions!It always makes me happy.

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  108. Your work is so inspiring, thank-you for the tutorial, I am going to go play with my gesso now!

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  109. Your tutorials are so well done! I have never used spray gesso and I love the effects with the watercolors

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  110. I do like the texture that the stenciled gesso gives the background.

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  111. Spray Gesso! Wow,do you water down the gesso and put into a spray bottle? I have never seen anything like this in Australia.
    Love your blog and great give away. Keep up the great work

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  112. Oh My Gosh! Spray Gesso! I am in love! This is beautiful! Thanks for the inspiration AND the chance to win goodies.

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  113. I love that technique. Wonderful results. You said spray Gesso, is there gesso in spray form ? I didn't know that. Love the stencils.

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  114. Would love the opportunity to try the stencils

    Shona

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  115. Jane, you are so full of ideas and inspiration. Love what you are doing with the pod stencils. And would love to win!

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  116. May 21st? That's my birthday! Maybe that'll be an auspicious day for me...love the spray gesso technique. I didn't even know that product existed, and so now,,of course, I've gotta find me some!

    Shine on!
    Kelley

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  117. Please add my name to the drawing. I like the organic feel of these stencils.

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  118. Amazing! I love all the layers! Thanks for the tutorial. Will be looking to find some gesso and trying this with stencils!

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  119. This is so beautiful, Jane! Thanks for the tutorial! It would be fun to try it out with the stencils!

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  120. Thanks for the tutorial. I follow your blog and have learned a lot from you. Hope to join you forms workshop sometime when you come East n

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  121. Beautiful! I really like what you created. And... I would like to win, too. Thanks!

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  122. Jane, I love your spray gesso/watercolor technique! Thanks for sharing, and thanks for the chance to win Chris' new goodies!

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  124. Thank you for the tutorial on your sketchbook page using the artist cellar pod stencils, it is really impressive! I love it. Thank you for the opportunity to enter and win the stencil set and book/DVD.

    Best Regards,
    Geary Herendeen
    grammygeary@gmail.com

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  125. Love what you have done with the stencils. Thanks for the chance to win a set!

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  126. What an absolutely beautiful technique - thanks for sharing!

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  128. I absolutely love your watercolors! Just read your latest article in the new Quilting Arts mag for June/July 2013. I also have your DVD "Layered and Fused Applique Quilts". Definitely a fan!!! Would love to win this giveaway to do some experimenting on my own.

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  129. Jane, love your pages! Thanks for the tutorial. Wow 118 comments so far, good luck everyone.

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  130. I found you via Chris Cozen's FB page. I love your tutorial! Such great techniques and such a gorgeous page! I'd love to win so thanks for the chance!

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  131. Gesso spray? You learn something new everday... and I think i'll be heading to my art supply store soon :) The stencils are funky and fun and perfect for my taste; thx for the great giveaway. Your work is fantastic and great inspiration - thx

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  132. What a beautiful give away, thank you. I hope I win.

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  133. This is beautiful! I love this technique!

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  134. I would love to try these stencils! Love them!

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  135. I have the gesso - it's that wonderful gum nut stencil that I just love. What an amazing set of stencils.

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  137. Lovely giveaway! Never knew about gesso spray - learn something new every day.

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  138. You have always amazed and inspired me. Love the give aways!

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  139. I love what you have done with the stencil! As usual, just amazing work! You are a star Jane! Please come to Australia soon!

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  140. i dream of pod stencils and all the flowing seeds inside hiding.
    The book and DVD sound luxurious as well. I hope, i wish.....I can get it!

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  142. Thanks for sharing how you have used these beautiful stencils in your work!

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  143. O.K. This just looks like way too much fun!

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  144. I didn't know there was spray gesso!

    As nice as these stencils are (which I would love to have), will you be bringing any of your stencils to CREATE Chicago?

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  145. These really are great stencils! Versatile and inspiring!

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  146. I have always been a fan of your work Jane. Thanks for the giveaways. You rock!

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  147. Your work is fantastic and those stencils are a must have!

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  148. I'm going to have to try spray gesso now! :)
    Your results are wonderful in your sketchbook!
    Thank you for the chance to win.

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  149. Jane = INSPIRATION! Its.That.Simple. BIG THANKS!

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  150. YIKES Jane - I'm the 141st comment! I would live to win, but if I don't, I'll buy the stencils and book anyway! Oh, BTW, May 21st is my birthday - so I really should win, right?! LOL

    I love what you've done with that sketchbook page! I'm heading out to my studio and hopefully will find some spray gesso(if not I'll try it with regular paint-on gesso.

    xxoo

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  151. Oooh! What a wonderful give-away! Thanks for the chance, Jane. :)

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  152. What a lovely giveaway! thank you would love to play with those stencils!

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  153. Jane, your artwork makes my heart sing! You are my numero uno inspiration for my beginning felting projects.

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  155. What a great way to use these stencils! I am so inspired!! I always start my day with having a look to see what you've come up with next. Thank you so much for always sharing so freely and from your heart. What a blessing you are!

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  157. Love this technique with the stencils and gesso! Somthing to play with this weekend. Thanks for the inspiration Jane. Inspiration and a giveaway. Woo hoo!!!

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  159. I came for the art, and left with a mission to get some spray gesso. Thanks for the superb tutorial--it inspires me to stop kvetching and start sketching!
    Pat

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  160. Always loved Chris's pods in her paintings, now in stencils - what a great idea!

    Love the way you used them!

    Rebecca Cook

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  161. Great tutorial. Thanks so much Jane! Wonderful giveaway too!

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  162. Thanks for the tutorial! I didn't know there is gesso spray. I would love to win a stencil!

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  163. Terrific layering of pattern and color! Love the subtle emergence your technique creates.

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  164. I love the background for your pretty drawings.

    melodyj(at)gmail(dot)com

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  165. Love the gesso idea then adding watercolor, can't wait ti try it. Love your blog, thanks so much

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  166. Ok, confession time: your work made me all teary for some reason. It is just...well...touching I guess. Something about it is just so amazing. Wow.
    sharon dot gullikson at gmail dot com

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  167. I enjoyed your tutorial, thank you! Please put my name in the hat for your drawing!
    Jan

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  168. Great job Jane and those stencils are very cool!

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  169. The background colors and style, the outlining, everything is wonderful. I like your style. natasha dot poteraj at gmail dot com

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  170. Do you buy spray gesso or do you thin out what you have and put it in a spray bottle? Great tutorial! I can't wait to supplement my pages with this technique.

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  171. I love this technique! I didn't even know you could spray gesso. Thanks for the tutorial. Bette

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  172. So inspiring, I really love the layered look and the feel of transparency you have achieved. Those stencils are perfect for the technique !

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  175. I did not even know about spray gesso. What a great tip to use it with stencils. Thanks!

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  176. Beautiful artwork and technique. Thank you for the chance to win:)

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  177. Thanks Jane - I love this use of stencils and always enjoy seeing pages from your journals.

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  178. Thank you for the tip on spray gesso. I will
    try it tonight.

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  179. I would love to win a set of these amazing stencils! thank you for the opportunity jane. carlanda

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  180. Your tutorial is great, Jane. I love how you used Chris's stencils. Would be so cool to win your give away.

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  181. Thanks, Jane! I would love to try the stencils. Thank you for the neat tutorial.

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  182. Love the journal page will try that today) and the stencils. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  183. This is gorgeous. I have never seen spray gesso....will have to look for it here in Australia!

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  184. So into stencils right now. They make it easy to start a page in my art journal or even finish up a page. Thanks for the giveaway!!!

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  185. I just love those stencils and a great tutorial.

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  186. The way your paintings seem to float over the stencil is amazing! Thanks!

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  187. Gorgeous stencils... love them... and beautiful page that you created with them Jane... just awesome with the spray gesso as the starting point too...

    Jenny ♥

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  189. What a lovely resist technique! I'm going to have to get some spray gesso! Thanks for the chance.

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  190. This is such a cool technique Jane the design appears like magic when you paint it. I am learning so much! Thank You.

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  192. Thank. Simple to use. monster05@gmail.com (AY)

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  193. love what you did with these stencils. Fingers crossed to win. Thanks Jane.

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  194. Love this technique, it's a new one to me and one I'd like to try. Love these stencils, very imaginative. Hope I win!

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  195. Great stencil! Thanks.

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  196. Love what you did with these stencils.

    The stencils look good, too. Good design.

    I am going to Google the book and DVD, too.

    Very nice page, Jane!

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  197. I love what you've done and would like to try it--love the stencils.

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