Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Craft Attitude & StencilGirl Help Decorate my Supplies

Welcome back everyone! I am joining StencilGirl and Craft Attitude today and marrying their products to spruce up my studio with some fun color!


Don't we all kind of want to re-vamp and re-organize a bit at the beginning of the year? I know I do! So I decided to use the StencilGirl stencils and Craft Attitude Printable Craft film to decorate a jar to hold my mega brushes (the really tall ones).  I am both organizing and crafting! :)

First thing I did was take two pieces of watercolor paper and PLAY! Uh, I mean I painted one with warm colors and stencils and the other with cool colors and stencils.  See the links at the bottom of my post for all the stencils I used.



After I had two luscious painted papers, I scanned them into my computer and printed them out onto the Craft Attitude Printable Craft Film.  It was super easy!

I then decided to cut the film into wavy strips.


I placed the film onto the jar ~ it sort of fit together like a puzzle.  I finished off the edges with a bit of bright orange ribbon.


Such an easy and quick way to add a splash of color to my jar of brushes! You could add it to almost anything you wanted.  It's very easy to use.


Hope you are inspired to get your supplies organized and have fun in the process!

Here are StencilGirl stencils I used in this project:


 

Here is a link to the Craft Attitude Film



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40 comments:

  1. Fantastic project and I love the look you achieved with those fabulous complimentary colors.

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  2. Clever blending of designs, this is super cute and yeah, I would use it in my studio too!!!

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  3. Kirsten!!! Those stenciled pages are FABULOUS!!!!! Great project!!!

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  4. Well done Kirsten, I would love to have that in my studio! You know orange is the new black! :-)

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  5. Love your layers - you create the most wonderful layers!

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  6. Wow, that came out really great! I love the idea of layering papers, cutting into strips, and then reassembling them. Great project!

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  7. What a clever project. Love the wavy layers :)

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  8. awesome idea and looks so beautiful and creative!

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  9. Love your colors and your use of the stencils. Great project - thanks for sharing.

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  10. I can do this! I love the jar that you decorated!

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  11. What a beautiful and creative project!

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  12. Wow! Love this idea. I have all my tools in glass jars and cans - un decorated. A fun project to try. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  13. love the colours and thanks for sharing

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  14. This is such a fun idea... I love the idea of scanning your work and printing it onto the film, it worked perfectly and now you can use it again! Beautiful finished product... you've got me thinking about sprucing up my paintbrush bucket :)

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  15. Great idea. I really have to try Craft Attitude...looks easy.

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  16. Love this vibrant brush holder-what great inspiration to make art! I think I really need some of that Craft Attitude-and some new stencils to play with:)

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  17. Wow - this is so cool! I love seeing the Craft attitude in use!

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  18. Love your papers and love that you can use them all over again!

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  19. Kirstin,
    love the bright colors and the use of the papers.
    Great Project!

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  20. I love this. But what did you use to get the strips to stick??

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  21. Creative and fun project - great way to store your brushes!

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  22. What a fabulous idea! Love that you crafted and organised - a gorgeous way to create the backgrounds and use them again and again. The product is fabulous and I love all the stencils too! Thanks for the blog hop Karen

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  23. Fun project. I'M using stencils for Gelli prints & look forward to trying the film.

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  24. I have lots of scans of my artwork and backgrounds...all I need is some attitude...Craft Attitude, that is!

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  25. So totally fun!!! Love the colors. What a great idea!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  26. That looks great! Now I need some big jars for my brushes, some smaller ones for my pens and pencils and watercolour crayons, and....... ;-)

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  27. What a nice way to spruce up a studio for the being of the year

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  28. A lovely idea and a great work of art -- this would make a perfect gift; anyone would love it!

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  29. What a great project - I love it!!

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  30. Love these hops and the chance to win these great projects!

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  31. So glad I read this. I really need to learn more about the craft attitude film...yum! Thanks for the chance to win wonderful and fun products.

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  32. Love the fun wavy strips! Such awesome shape and color. This would brighten any day! Thanks so much!~kim
    blueroseblogger (at) gmail (dotcom)

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  33. A great craft. Love how your wavy bits from the different pages seemed meant to fit together!
    nonersays (at) gmail (dot com)

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  34. That is so much better than a plain ol' paintbrush holder. Gorgeous!

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  35. Wow! Love the prints and how you used them in such a creative project. Craft attitude looks like an amazing product. Thanks for sharing.

    redrider55 (at) gmail (dot com)

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