Terri’s Garden ~ Part 1 ~ GiveAway reminder!

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Hi everyone ~ wow it’s been quite the week!  Thank you for all of your kind remarks on our “Great Adventure” { a love story!}  God is so good ~ all the time.

The little quilt piece below is one I’ve been trying to finish. Not done yet!  {but I am really lovin’ the process of playing with it} ~ this is one of Terri Stegmiller‘s stencil – flowers.

And… printmaking!

And… Lots n lots of gelli prints, layered with stamping,doodles and more of Margaret’s stencils and thermofax screens! Messy messy good!

Catchup with you on Sunday for the drawing for Margaret’s stencils.  Have you commented for an entry my giveaway post for a couple of Margaret’s gorgeous stencils, yet? {posted last Sunday!}

In the Studio… at Studio JRU today, and many others!  Join up!  Come check it out!

We’re on the road tomorrow to go to the Bobcat-Grizzly girl’s basketball game in Bozeman. {Go Lady Bobcats!}

Have a great weekend!
Soli deo Gloria!

Comments 16

  1. I so enjoyed your love story. : ) And I'm so fascinated and inspired by your use of color and layers in both your quilting and your prints. Beautiful!

  2. Looks like creative fun to make your own designs. Your flowers are lovely with the silver Metallic thread. You have given my some ideas to try. Thanks.

  3. Gorgeous piece!! I was with my mouth open when I saw your printmaking. Just STUNNING!!!

    Have a fabulous day!

  4. What a fun post, Leslie! The quilt is so cute and your artwork so very creative! Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  5. love the purple and the sparkles, leslie. so pretty. and all these other creative printmaking pieces… love, love, love the messy goodness! xo

  6. I did read your love story…it is like two or three love stories rolled together…the Lord, the body of Christ, and finally, the love of your life! And of course I always like to see your creativity! Blessings, Leslie!

  7. Its really lovely! And I love all the layers in your Gelli prints too!
    I just one the designed screen at Margaret's blog so I suppose it would be greedy to wish for a win here too, wouldn't it?

  8. Every time I wander over to your blog – you simply take my breath away! Gorgeous… every. thing. Just gorgeous!

  9. Gorgeous quilt piece … did you apply the fancy thread by hand? The silver metallic thread looks as if it was applied by machine but I would the needle would shred the thread. I know you can wind fancy threads in the bobbin but the work is then sewn from the backside. LOL whatever you did, it looks amazing!

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