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August 31, 2013

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Cyndi Duncan

These are fabulous Joanne!

Elaine Akers

I think your stencils came out great. Can't wait to see what stencils you make next.

jeanie

It's perfectly clear to me! You are a student, an artist, a creative with an inquisitive mind. And you will conquer. I love them!

martha brown

Oh, nice! I bought Amy Rice's new book about stenciling (because I love her work and have a beautiful 4'x5' stenciled piece of hers above my bed!)
I like that one of you the best!

nancy b

These just look so cool! You did a great job with them.

Marie

Wow what a great effort and really cool results. Bravo for your perserverence to get where you wanted to go!

Kris

I am so excoted to see you did this. I've been wanting to cut my own for a long time.
I purchased everything I needed about 5 years ago....yep. I will skip the heat cutter and cut the way you did with a knife :)
Thanks for sharing.

Last minute lynn

You are so clever!

Catherine Anderson

Love these, Joanne. You are always learning interesting new art techniques!

Karen Owen

These are so cool, Joanne! I bet you will find lots of uses for them.

Christy

These are fantastic, Joanne! I agree with making your own tools where possible...stamps, etc. Just puts your own touch to it.

Aileen

Great job Joanne love the stencils you made!! Thanks so much for sharing your process...I totally get wanting to make your own tools..I think its part of the process we get to. I give you an A++ for keeping at it...I'm sure you will only get better and better!!

Rhea

So super cool. I love that you make all your own elements from scratch!

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