Thursday, February 2, 2012

Dream Team Thursday & a NEW Challenge!

 

This is my second post today…

For the Sweet & Sassy Stamps Blog Hop post, please click here.

Good morning!  Welcome to Dreamweaver Stencils, Dream Team Thursday!!  Today we are kicking off a brand new challenge!  For the month of February we are featuring St. Patrick’s Day creations and/or using green on your creations.

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The technique used is the Double Glitter Technique. If you would like a PDF version of this technique, please leave your email address in the comment section, and I would be happy to email the step by step to you.

For more fabulous inspiration, check out how these gals answered the challenge!!!

Lynell Harlow…Dream It Up

Laura Drahozal

Kristi Van Doren

Liz Martin

Cyndi Bundy

Cherylynn Moser

Jessie Hurley

Lee Kellogg

Georgia Sommers

Louise Healy

Terrece Siddoway

For the month of February, please link your challenge creations to the Dream It Up blog for your chance to win Dreamweaver Stencil prizes!!

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8 comments:

Louise said...

Wow, you did a great job moving the stencil like that! It was wonderful to meet you at CHA hope to see you this summer too!

sommrstamping said...

WOW this is a really pretty card Wendy, I'm so glad I got to meet you at CHA. It is always so nice to put faces and personalities with all those names.

Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

I think those tumbling shamrocks are done wonderfully Wendy! What a beautiful card for our February challenge.

Lee Kellogg said...

Very nice, you did a great job. Sorry I didn't see you for more than 10 seconds!

Kristi said...

Very cool card. Love all the glitter! Great kick off for the challenge!

Cherylynn said...

Great idea with the rolling shamrocks! You totally rocked this card!

Pam Hornschu said...

This is wonderfully Irish! Love the lacy border (again with the Liquid Pearls...I keep meaning to break those out), the pretty ribbon, and the three shamrocks!

Pam said...

Love this! Could you email me the PDF,please? Would love to try it. Thanks!