Paper Crafter's Library Spotlight
Exciting news today! The Paper Crafter's Library has asked me to come back for another company spotlight. They've helped me a lot through the years to get myself out there and to be seen by more people. A big thank you to them - especially Andrea and Karen - for this opportunity :)
Give Aways - yes, two of them!
To switch things up a bit this time I decided to show my new stencil collection. We're celebrating by giving away a set of the stencil designs (3 in total) on both the Paper Crafter's Library blog AND on mine. So, you have two chances to win.
Here's a link to the Paper Crafter's Library spotlight on my company and the give away. Just leave a comment on their blog to qualify for their give away: http://blog.papercrafterslibrary.com/featured-company-designs-by-ryn-3/
Simply leave a comment at the end of this post. I'd love to hear about which examples you love and why or how you would like to use these stencils on your own art. Please either leave me a way to get in touch with you or be sure to check back here next Wednesday the 15th. I'll be announcing the winner then.
The Stencils - 1,2 and 3
Examples from the DT...
I sent a whole different set of examples to the Paper Crafter's Library for their post. LOTS of eye candy! Thanks so much DT! I've listed all of their blogs under the photos if you want to pop over for a visit.
Eileen Godwin - Flowing Branches
Shirley Deatcher - Maidenhair Fern
Wendy McCarthy - Floral Spirals
Anja Hardenfels - Maidenhair Fern
Miranda Degenaars - Floral Spirals
Karin van den Broek - Maidenhair Fern
Alie Hoogenboezem-de Vries - Flowing Branches
Thanks for popping by :) If you've found me through the Paper Crafter's Library please let me know in your comment and keep in touch. I am Designs by Ryn on Pinterest/Facebook and my website is: www.designsbyryn.com if you want to check out my stamps. Many of the images in these samples are from my collection of rubber stamps.
Hope you enjoyed my post! Wishing you lots of luck with the give aways!
Beautiful samples and great masks. I love the first two the colours are beautiful.ReplyDelete
Superbs project! I love "Floral Spirals" by Miranda's the most...I really like play with stencils they put a lot of texture and dimension to my project and all your stamps are faboulus!!!ReplyDelete
I follow you on Facebook, and the creations made by people using your stamps and now your stencils are always wonderful to see! I really loe all the waterdrop stamps - so realistic and they add so much to any design.ReplyDelete
I love the Flowing Branches stencil. I just joined two art swap groups on Facebook and am enjoying learning about and creating mixed media art. Thank you for the giveaway! I just placed an order with your company this weekend and am so excited to receive my stamps. I can hardly wait!ReplyDelete
These are really gorgeous Ryn, my favourite is the flowing branches. It looks great as a branch and stood up as a tree too and could work for every seasonReplyDelete
I really enjoy to see these stencils and the carsds made with it, love them all ,but the maidenhair fern stencil the most.I think it has endless possibilities to use,ReplyDelete
WOW, I am in love with the beautiful maidenhair fern stencil... I just LOVE your stamps too, so by the way... great news they will be sold in the Netherlands as well!ReplyDelete
So wonderful stencils, Ryn. I would love to winReplyDelete
They are all beautiful, but I think my favourite is Miranda's piece with the Floral Spirals which echo beautifully the shape of the stamp and in such lovely colours. The Flowing Branches are good as the centre piece of a card and the other two are more useful as backgrounds. The Maidenhair Fern looks great on Shirley's sample with all those glorious greens and the other two with the butterflies as well work well, and I particularly like the two tone background with the bright blue butterfly. Eileen uses colour beautifully with the Flowing Branches and your water droplets which all look so realistic whichever one you choose. How clever to use the Floral Spiral to enhance the look of the water in Wendy's piece, and Alice's idea of using leaves as a topper and then the Branches in the background with the ink spatters is great too. xReplyDelete
Oh my gosh, these all are so inspirational. Makes me all a twitter to look at these.ReplyDelete
Wow this stencils are so beautiful just like your stamps :-)ReplyDelete
I would love to have some of stencils as your stamps are so versetile.EEReplyDelete
Wow, I love these stencils. Looks like something else for my ever-growing Santa list! You always seem to bring out something different. Every time someone sees a card with the droplet stamp they are amazed at the 3D effect, and these stencils go perfectly with them.ReplyDelete
Oh, wonderful stencils, I love them all.ReplyDelete
I preferr the the fern stencil, the leaves remind me of little hearts ;-) .
Love the maidenhair fern and swirls stencils. And the vibrant colours make such lovely cards and mixed media canvases just waiting for my. Order to arrive But looks like another order will be on its way for stencils thanks for sharing on Facebook.ReplyDelete
Your work is simply gorgeous! Thank you for the chance to win.ReplyDelete
Congrats on your own businessReplyDelete
and doing so well! Love the
ideas on your blog and I really
like the Maidenhair Fern stencil!
Carla from Utah
I discovered you just now via Paper Crafter's Library and I'm so glad I did!! I will definitely be doing some shopping, and soon!ReplyDelete
But for now... pretty please... Pick me, pick me, ohpleasepickme!! :-)
Your designs always blow me away - you are so talented! Thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
I love all of your stamps and stencils Ryn but I particularly love the Fern stencil above because it reminds me of my late grandmother who was really special. Thanks for the chance to win this super collection xReplyDelete
Great samples and I love the Stencils. Using the braches with Glitter Paste with Baubles as a Christmas Design......A generous giveaway RynReplyDelete
Such pretty stencils Ryn I love the Maidenhair fern so pretty ...Thank you for the chance to win. xxReplyDelete
Love those stencils. And the artwork what was created with them.ReplyDelete
i own the flowing branches and fern stencils. as you know i have use the flowing branches stencil as i have posted the cards on your FB page. howevere i wouldn't mind getting a second set as they make great pressies for my crafty friends xxReplyDelete
Your fabulous new stencils are on my wish list ! I have a number of your wonderful stamps and love them all. What amazing samples too, you have a fabulously talented DT, their artwork is stunning.ReplyDelete
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I too have a number of your stamps in my collection. I believe these stencils will enhance many of my cards ! I love all the artwork posted here ;)ReplyDelete
I recently found your blog. I really like all the samples made with the maidhair fern and Miranda's piece with the spirals. thanks as always for sharing.ReplyDelete
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I like all your products, especially fond of stencil #3ReplyDelete
What a refreshing approach to stencils and stamps. I think your designs are fantastic. The stencils open up a multitude of possibilities.ReplyDelete
The stencils are beautiful! I see possibilities for all of them. I hope I could do them justice, such as your extremely talented designers. Thanks to you and Paper Crafters Library to 2 chances to win. Best of luck on your business, Ryn!ReplyDelete
The flowing branches has to be my favorite. They are all very pretty. Thanks for the chance to winReplyDelete
I love the way Wendy McCarthy has used the Floral Spirals stencil with the mermaid and koi stamps! I would love to see that stencil, along with the Flowing Branches used with Texture Paste!ReplyDelete
I love that treestencil! A stencil you can play with in so many ways! And so different from what you see with other firms!ReplyDelete
I love your stencils! And the examples are so beautiful!ReplyDelete
I love anything swirly and leafy, and anything to do with nature...so I love all three!ReplyDelete
The Flowing Branches intrigue me the most. Embossing paste to make it stand out and give it texture like real tree bark is what's going through my head.
Eclectic as I am I can't pick one, I just love them all!ReplyDelete
How lovely would it be to incorporate any of these (in same cases, why not all of them) on my creations ;)
I came over from the Paper Crafter's Library. Fabulous examples with these stencils. My favorite is the flowing branches.ReplyDelete
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I have some a few of your stamps and they stamp beautifully! In love with the water droplet series. I follow you on facebook and some of the work that you and others do is amazing!! I would SOOOOOO love to win the stencils !!! fingers crossed xx xx :)ReplyDelete
Can not pick a favorite Know which one I want to work with first. What you do with them is magical. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Wundervolle Stencils und danke für die Chance etwas zu gewinnen.ReplyDelete
Gruß aus Germany von Petra
I adore the fern stencil but they are all amazing. Eileens work is always astounding and I follow both you and her on facebook xx I would so love to win xxReplyDelete
Congrats on being featured over at Paper Crafter's Library. These projects are so gorgeous! I really love Shirley's and Anja's-that Maidenhair Fern stencil is beautiful. I would love to make some cards or home decor projects using these stencils.ReplyDelete
Wow! Your DT's projects are fantastic...love them all! My favorites are Anja's and Miranda's!ReplyDelete
I'm so glad I saw you featured on Paper Crafter's Library. What an inspiration! I love your three new stencils and can think of lots of ways to use them in my card making! Thank you for a chance to win them.ReplyDelete
Congrats on your feature over at Paper Crafter's Library! Your stamps and stencils are awesome.... gorgeous samples that I want to get a closer look at! The colors and details are absolutely amazing! Love your water droplets stamps.... so much detail.... amazing!!!ReplyDelete
I was so taken with your samples, I forgot to say how I'd use the stencils! Love the Flowing Branches design and could see using it to create some beautiful Christmas cards with die cut ornaments hanging from the branches, and a bit of snow to embellish the scene!Delete
I'd like to try to use the stencils with a gelii plate. Love those ferns!ReplyDelete
WOW ! ! I'm glad I can buy them now in the NetherlandsReplyDelete
I found you on Paper Crafters Library and am hooked on your art! Beautiful!ReplyDelete
I found you on Paper Crafters Library. The cards are simply stunning examples of the gorgeous stencils and stamps. I have subscribed for sure. I love the tree branches and Maidenhair Fern a lot. I love ferns of all kinds. The water droplets is another must have. Beautiful art.ReplyDelete
I found your site on Papers Crafters Library. These samples that you have are fabulous. I really enjoyed reading the story about Designs by Ryn. I just love the water droplets and how realistic they look. Your designs are amazing. I'm looking forward to trying them out on some of my projects.ReplyDelete
Loved seeing you again on PCL! The new stencils are amazing.. especially love the maidenhair fern! Off to see the designers now!! Thank you!ReplyDelete
These are works of art. The koi is so pretty. the colors are bright and vibrant.ReplyDelete
The stencils will be so useful. I'm often wanting a small branch or some leaves to fill in a space - these will work great.
thanks for the chance to win them. Best of luck to you for the future
The stencils are lovely my favourite is the floral spirals. Miranda's piece is stunning.ReplyDelete
Great stencils, I love all the different examples. I like to art journal and would love a chance to win them. I'm off to check out your stamps. I just discovered you through paper crafter's library and am happy I did.ReplyDelete
Ofcourse all stencils and artwork is lovely! To pick a favourite... I like the treebranches, great for a focal point. The leaves: I've been wanting leaf stencils like these for a while - great for backgrounds or to dress up the tree, so background around the edges or a focal point. The swirls: They are more abstract, so while more difficult to envisage how to use it, I think this is a very versatile stencil - go floral, abstract, royal, magical, watery - very diverse, this is more a background stencil to me.ReplyDelete
Ofcourse I'd unleash my stash of supplies on them - modelling paste, paint, ink, embossing ink, glitter...
As for the examples: Love the introversy / unspoken things from Eileens Card, love the colours and bleached look of Shirleys card, Wendy's card makes me want to have the mermaid too (great colouring), love the colourfull moths on Anja's card, the mystique on Miranda's card, the beuatifull life like butterfly in Karin's card, and the inventiveness of Alie's card!
Not fair of you to make us choose ;).
Debbie / Daqa
(psst, the link to paper-crafters library blog points to a facebook thingy, not their blog).Delete
Amazing stencils & stamps, I love your examples!!!ReplyDelete
The samples are beautiful! You have a very talented design team.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous, Thank you for sharing your creations l.ReplyDelete
Oh my, double eye candy! I couldn't pick a favorite. But I've got some ideas of how to use the stencils with my Ryn stamps if I'm lucky enough to win them. Thanks for the chance and keep creating!ReplyDelete
Ryn, the samples demonstrate little of what imagination describes. Your stencils are so versatile, they can be used/combined with almost anything. Not to mention they are beautiful ! Thanks for the Giveaway.ReplyDelete
Floral Spiral stencil would be a great addition to my studio to create great texture backgrounds. Beautiful inspirational pieces by all the designers... Well done.ReplyDelete
So excited to have found you through Paper Crafters Library! Your Mermaids and Sea creatures are absolutely stunning! I will definitely have to have them for my collection!ReplyDelete
These stencils are superb and the inspiration shared by the DT is AWESOME!ReplyDelete
Nice to see you on PCL; I remember you from being showcased on a small scrapbook store, Memories Live On, in California with your raindrops stamp. Nice to see your stencils now too. Loved the Autumn project with the Maidenhair Fern that almost looked like golden leaves. Thank you for sharing the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Hi Ryn, my first visit. Love the stencils especially the floral spirals. The cards are amazing. Always looking for something new and exciting. Off to check out your website. HugzReplyDelete
I have not done much with stencils but the ones here have given me a new inspiration! I need to do more and will now. TFS.ReplyDelete
All creations are so beautiful. Love all Details and colours.ReplyDelete
Saw this on PCL. Love your story and the outcome. Stencils and stamps have become invaluable in multimedia. Looking forward to using these in my work.ReplyDelete