Happy Mail from The Crafter’s Workshop

Last month when I was selected to be a part of The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team, it was truly such a happy moment for me.  I love their stencils and I use them so often in my art.  So, just being on the team was enough for me, I was a happy camper with just that!

Then I got this happy mail from them!  Oh my goodness I couldn’t believe how many goodies they sent me!

Happy mail from TCW 1

Thank you so much ladies for your hard work in putting this box of goodies together for the team.  It’s much appreciated!

Happy mail from TCW 2

I didn’t know what to open first the stencils or this fabulous coffee cup with chocolate!  Of course I chose the chocolate, they were yummy!

Happy mail from TCW 3

I think they sent us every stencil they make!  The first bag had the 12″ x 12″ stencils, these are perfect for using on my Gelli Plate for pulling prints, or on a large canvas for creating backgrounds.  The possibilities are limitless!

Happy mail from TCW 8

I love that they have an assortment of “grungy” designs in one stencil.

Happy mail from TCW 7

All of these large stencils came with a matching 6″x 6″ version, so you can create on any size substrate.

Happy mail from TCW 6

This is the stack of 6″ x 6″ stencils.  I’ll definitely be using these in my art journal, tags and ATC’s.

Happy mail from TCW 5

And last there’s these little beauties!  Balzer Bits and Ronda’s Fragments are the perfect size for tags, ATC’s and using them as masks on mono printing.

Happy mail from TCW 4

My first post for The Crafter’s Workshop blog and design team will be May 27th, but you know I will be creating and sharing with you here on my site sooner than that.  But, first I need to get these beauties sorted and organized.  I’m so glad my fellow teamie Rachel Kleinman from RWKrafts shared a YouTube video with a great suggestion.

So stay tuned my friends!

In the meantime, you can purchase these wonderful stencils online at ArtistCellar, Scrapbook.com.  If you’re in the local Phoenix area, stop by and see my friend Charmaine at CraftFusion in Chandler.

Thanks so much for visiting!



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