Cre8tive Cre8tions by Andrea Gomoll » Mixed Media, Art Journaling and Online Classes

Nathalie Kalbach’s Stencil Blog Hop: What’s the Point

When Nat & me taught some classes at the same Event in May (at the Ostseescrap)
she asked me to join her and some other super-talented ladies for her
Stencil Girl Blog Hop. I got to work with the lovely “What’s the Point”
Stencil designed by Nathalie Kalbach which you can find here at the
StencilGirl Shop and I’m really in love with all those cute little
irregular circles.

And also check out those other cool Stencil Designs by Nat

I used the “What’s the Point” Stencil to create a fun Mixed Media Background for this
Painting as well as for some fun Embellishments made with aluminium foil …


And here’s a Video Tutorial for you creating this FACEcinating Girl … well – not really a Tutorial – more a fast forward
work-in-progress Video with some hints & tipps here & there … hope you’ll enjoy it …

Ans some more Detail-Shots of the finished Project …


Now hop on over to those other talented ladies who also played with the “What’s the Point” Stencil
and check out what they created:

Andrea Gomoll – you are here 😉

And don’t miss out on your chance to win a Stencil – there’s a GIVEAWAY over at Nat’s Blog …
you can get one entry by commenting on Nat’s Blog as well as Bonus-Entries for commenting
here and at the other ladies BlogHop-Posts … 🙂
Nathalie will pick randomly one lucky winner. You have time to comment till September 3, 2013 – midnight EST.

  • Marsha Valk - Wow, what a pretty page!28. August 2013 – 08:30ReplyCancel

  • Shirley Decker Pando - Beautiful work. Love how colorful it is. 🙂28. August 2013 – 11:16ReplyCancel

  • Jean Marmo - An amazing creation!28. August 2013 – 11:33ReplyCancel

  • Barbara Poe - Love the stencil. It is so random, like Natalie. Great fun!!!28. August 2013 – 12:33ReplyCancel

  • Lillian Deslippe Mederak - Very nice what you created!
    im in love with dots and circles and love to see all the differnt ways everyone uses it. August 2013 – 13:27ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Logan - Those eyes got me! Wonderful work!28. August 2013 – 13:34ReplyCancel

  • Gunvor Andersson Storck - Fabulous art work! I love how you used the stencil for the background.28. August 2013 – 14:08ReplyCancel

  • Terry Larsen - Beautiful page! Love everything about it!!28. August 2013 – 14:16ReplyCancel

  • Barb Adams - dots dots everywhere! LOVE them.28. August 2013 – 14:30ReplyCancel

  • Gina Sismilich - Love the pages – beautifully done with such fun elements using the stencil.28. August 2013 – 15:10ReplyCancel

  • Julie G. - What a great page. I love your faces!28. August 2013 – 15:26ReplyCancel

  • Micki Harper - Absolutely BEAUTIFUL. Your girl is outta this world – especially the eyes!!!! And that Teddy is too stinkin’ cute!!!! Love how you create and love how you used that stencil. LOVE it.28. August 2013 – 15:32ReplyCancel

  • Margie Martinez Cortina - Your creativity and work always leaves me speechless! I adore your girl with teddy bear! And absolutely love all the dots – something I’ve been wanting to play with too lately! Beautiful work 🙂28. August 2013 – 15:54ReplyCancel

  • Gill - Fabulous!
    I love dots!28. August 2013 – 17:10ReplyCancel

  • Lura Brown - that is what I love about these blog hops you get to meet artists that you wouldn’t otherwise. I just love your page. especiallly that cute little bear. I will be following you now. and of course I always love nat’s stencils. xoox28. August 2013 – 18:02ReplyCancel

  • Cuchy - That background is stunning and how I love your girls!!28. August 2013 – 18:02ReplyCancel

  • Gaye Kozel - Your page reminds me of Seurat’s pointalism. Very fun!28. August 2013 – 19:42ReplyCancel

  • muriel - Wonderful background and I love the colours too.28. August 2013 – 19:49ReplyCancel

  • Nathalie Kalbach - This is amazing! Wooooww- Grandios meine Süße- vielen Dank beim Mithoppsen!!!!28. August 2013 – 20:30ReplyCancel

  • Julie - Oh wow – awesome!!!!28. August 2013 – 21:03ReplyCancel

  • Denise - Wow, those eyes are so full of life. And poor Teddy looks so unhappy maybe because his girl is so beautiful. Love it.28. August 2013 – 21:40ReplyCancel

  • Nan G - Fabulous piece. As soon as I have Internet again at home I’ll watch your video.28. August 2013 – 21:58ReplyCancel

  • Janelle D Rourke - Beautiful page. I just love your use of the stencil. So much to see. Thanks SO much for sharing and videoing it! Love the colors.28. August 2013 – 22:13ReplyCancel

  • Kathy P - Wow…wish I could draw like you! Gorgeous work….and loved watching your tutorials! This is going to be a very used stencil in my scraproom….28. August 2013 – 22:41ReplyCancel

  • Lynn M - Great application of this stencil and your creativity. Thanks for the opportunity to win the stencil.28. August 2013 – 23:55ReplyCancel

  • Maria McGuire - Love all the layers and colors! Great use of the stencil!29. August 2013 – 01:11ReplyCancel

  • SusanJane - Your use of this stencil almost creates a moiré which makes for a dynamic and energized background. You face is so smooth that it seems super real. Really nice and different page.29. August 2013 – 01:22ReplyCancel

  • kim - Love the bear, You work is very beautiful29. August 2013 – 01:45ReplyCancel

  • Melody Schwartz - I loved watching the process. Beautiful page.29. August 2013 – 05:07ReplyCancel

  • Amante del Papel - I can not believe I’ve been missing so much genius, you’re fantastic!29. August 2013 – 05:54ReplyCancel

  • Barbara Hodges - You can never have too many dots. Love how you’ve layered the colours and how the dots, while they are in almost every element of the artwork, don’t dominate. Great work. TFS29. August 2013 – 07:42ReplyCancel

  • Jamie Dougherty - I LOVE your work!! Your style is so uplifting and beautiful! Adore how you used the stencil. 🙂29. August 2013 – 09:34ReplyCancel

  • Laura Hajek Strack - Fabulous! Beautiful lovely girl! I am in love. Thank you for sharing the process. I love it so much.29. August 2013 – 12:23ReplyCancel

  • Terrie Lutz - Love the page and the teddy bear is so cute. I love the way you used the Stencil.29. August 2013 – 14:20ReplyCancel

  • Jackie - Love your colors! They POP right off the pages! Nice piece!29. August 2013 – 15:37ReplyCancel

  • Judy Millard - Love those layers of color! Thanks for videoing, Andrea!29. August 2013 – 15:53ReplyCancel

  • Kirsten Alicia - Such a gorgeous project!29. August 2013 – 20:46ReplyCancel

  • Sue Pompetti - Love the color pallette! Beautiful work ♥29. August 2013 – 21:53ReplyCancel

  • Cathy - WOW! This is jaw dropping gorgeous! Loved the two videos. You do amazing work. Again, WOW! :0)30. August 2013 – 00:47ReplyCancel

  • RinRinKa Fantasy Face Painting & Glitter Tattoos - Beautiful….Beautiful! So glad I hopped over here.. 🙂30. August 2013 – 04:54ReplyCancel

  • Andrene - Wow……..I dont think there is a strong enough word to describe the beauty of your painting. And a video to go with it!! Stunning piece and great use of the stencil. Thanks so much for sharing your talent.30. August 2013 – 05:24ReplyCancel

  • Nathalie Kalbach's What's The Point Blog Hop | Carolyn DubeCarolyn Dube - […] Andrea Gomoll […]30. August 2013 – 15:44ReplyCancel

  • Gillian Pearce - Love the vibrant colours in this one!31. August 2013 – 10:11ReplyCancel

  • Ivonne M Santiago - I love it!31. August 2013 – 19:58ReplyCancel

  • angi eharis - i love your beautiful pictures/artwork! tx for sharing and inspiring, aloha,angi in hana1. September 2013 – 08:30ReplyCancel

  • Barbara Kopf Israel - Wow, the videos were so inspiring. Thanks for sharing all the techniques you used to complete the painting. It’s quite lovely. The point stencil is a lot of fun. I like how you used the modeling paste with it! Hoping I’m the winner as I’d LOVE to use this stencil in my art work.1. September 2013 – 22:16ReplyCancel

  • Tricia - Such gorgeous work, Andrea! Love this stencil, too!2. September 2013 – 21:23ReplyCancel

  • Kerstin Christoph - Hallo,
    na der “Kleene” guckt aber traurig.
    Nein vielleicht doch nachdenklich – aufjeden Fall hat der Bär einen tollen Ausdruck – will sagen gut getroffen!
    LG Kertsin3. September 2013 – 17:56ReplyCancel

  • Susan Maurer Brannon - Loved to see your techniques..amazes me how everyone does the same thing…a little differently..Thanks!4. September 2013 – 01:24ReplyCancel

  • Carole Cometto - very very nice, i love
    4. November 2013 – 19:42ReplyCancel

  • Diana Caho - I love this! I want a set of those rubber stamps (eyes, nose, mouth) where can I find some? Thank you5. November 2013 – 02:57ReplyCancel

  • Cristỉña Gàbriella Pärüś - I love this! Thanks for sharing with us, Andrea! I’ve already visited the stencils shop and got my eyes on some of them! 🙂6. November 2013 – 21:28ReplyCancel

  • Carmen Uribarri Lucero - Thanks so much for your fabulous video. I just signed up for your class – can’t wait to start. You make it look so easy!8. November 2013 – 05:10ReplyCancel

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