Thursday, April 28, 2011

Dream Scheme Thursday!!! *~*FREE THEME*~*

Good morning Blogging Beauties!!!  Today I am sharing a card that I made using some FABULOUS new stencils from Dreamweaver's!!  Some of you may recognize Rain (LJ905), well I teamed it up with Rain Words (LG738) and Umbrella (LG737).  This card seems fitting for the kind of morning we are having here in Western Montana…RAINY!!  I guess my hike up Mount Sentinel will have to be postponed!!  Sad smile

Here is my card….


On the Umbrella Stencil, I used MercArt USA’s fabulous turquoise aluminum and embossed with a paper stump and stylus.  I then filled in the back side of the stencil with Embossed Metal Backing Paste, so the puffy umbrella wouldn’t cave in. 

The rain stencil was done with a Double Glitter Technique of turquoise glitter and Multi Crystal Ultra Fine Glitter.

Please take the time to visit the other member’s of the Dreamweaver Dream Team’s blogs today and see what fabulous creations they have been working on!!  You can find the links to all of their blogs on the right of this post!!

Thanks so much for stopping by today!!  Have a great day!!


Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

I have seen this card up close and personal and it is FABulous! You have gotten that umbrella SUPER embossed Wendy. I would love to get this in the mail...oh wait...I have gotten this in the mail, thank you!!!

Louise said...

So pretty Wendy, I love the use of the metal on the umbrella, and of course the glitter!

Pam Hornschu said...

Boy, all of you girls must be sick of rain! Most of you are posting with the rain-themed designs! Lol. Love how did the umbrella with the metal and the turquoise highlights. Great with the DG background.

sommrstamping said...

OHH. i love the umbrella done with the metal. This card is fabulous and fun. hope the sun comes out for you soon.

Deborah March said...

Mmmmm, NICELY done! Love the metal embossing.

Laura Drahozal said...

Love the Mercart metal. Still anxious to get my hands on some! How beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Ok that is seriously one of the coolest techniques I've ever seen! Such a cool card!