Rapunzel, Rapunzel, Let Down Your Hair and Enjoy the StencilGirl and Imagine Blog Hop!

Welcome to the Stencil Girl Imagine Blog Hop! I am glad you are here!

My project is a simple one – Rapunzel gloves for my little friend Bella who just turned 8!

 

I must tell you that it is super coloring with Imagine’s All Purpose Inks.

The inks do not bleed under the stencil and the Fantastix really hold and preserve the unused ink. I honestly had not painted with them since December and expected the tips to be dry or mostly dry,  but that was not the case. Applause! Nice to have a product work as I hope it will while I am learning!

StencilGirl Stencils used:

The small “Kantha Stitch” stencil from  April 2016 – StencilClub Mary Beth’s Private Collection for the pavement in front of the town, Jessica Sporn’s Embrace the Rain stencil for Rapunzel (and I flipped the stencil over so the arm so it was facing the way I wanted), and Carolyn Dube’s Once Upon a Time stencil/masks.

Beyond this project, I am fabric painting with a singular goal in mind.

Years ago I had this gorgeous, sheer, golden scarf with red roses on it.

It got tangled in a Xerox 1090 copy machine when I leaned over to grab the copies. The attorney waiting for her copies stood there and laughed while my scarf ripped and the machine pulled my neck down – there’s a William Shakespeare quote about lawyers that applies to that woman!

At some point you will see me recreate that scarf. That day, is in the future.

However, within mere moments, a click on any of the links below will take you to a fantastic project dreamed up and brought into existence by  my comrades in art!

Don’t forget to scroll a bit beyond their names and find out about the contest!

July 19
Mary C. Nasser
Janet Joehlin
Gwen Lafleur
Carol Baxter

Jennifer Vanderbeek
Nadine Carlier

Roni Johnson
Mischelle Smith


If it is July 20th or later you can see:
Sandee Setliff

Karen Gaunt
Cindy Gilstrap

Tina Walker
Neva Cole

Kyriakos Pachadiroglou

Renee Zarate

Elina Stromberg

 

If it is July 21 or later you can see:
Belen Sotelo

Torrie Gass

Debi Adams

Martha Lucia Gomez

Jessica Litman

Alison Heikkila

 

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

Visit the fabulous designers from both teams and comment for your
chance to win!

The more blogs you comment on, the more chances you have to WIN!
(One comment per blog please.)

You have until Sunday, July 23rd at 11:59PM Central Time to leave your comments.

Winner will be announced on
StencilGirl’s Facebook page and Imagine Crafts’s Facebook page

on Monday, July 24th.

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44 thoughts on “Rapunzel, Rapunzel, Let Down Your Hair and Enjoy the StencilGirl and Imagine Blog Hop!

  1. Dress up gloves (sans fingers)!!! My granddaughter would LOVE to have something like that! Such a fabulous idea and you did a wonderful job of making the storybook come to life! Bella is a lucky girl! And without fingers, she will be agile enough to grab necessary accessories to enhance her play.

  2. Love the story about the lawyer. Too bad you
    couldn’t have pulled her into the copier.
    The way the two pieces you painted go together
    to make one piece is wonderful .
    thanks for sharing.
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

  3. I’d have strangled that lawyer when I got finished kicking the copier!
    Love the glove idea. My little niece would be in heaven with a pair. Great idea Carol!

  4. what cool stencils you chose for an amazing project! I would have been paralyzed by those stencils, and now i want them! very cool!

  5. I love that you made gloves for Bella! I didn’t know you could use the fantastixs on cloth! Pls take pics of Bella wearing the gloves!

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