Monday, August 20, 2012

Dreamweaver Stencils Teams Up With Woodware UK


All of this week, the Dream Team and the Woodware UK teams are celebrating the release of the new holiday designs from Dreamweaver Stencils. Of course, no celebration is complete without prizes...and there are some fabulous ones for those commenting on both sides of the "pond". 

Each team will be providing the opportunity to win four prize packages of stencil designs, perfect for the holidays. Just leave your comments each day on each players' post as well as the Dream It Up! and Woodware UKblogs, and the Dreamweaver and Woodware Facebook pages. Two random commentors  will be chosen from the batch of weekday posts, one each from the DW and WW Facebook pages, and from the big hop on Saturday...from each side of the pond!* That's a total of eight prize packages up for grabs! Here's what you could win:



Today I chose to use a few of the new designs, Christmas Borders (LJ922) and Season of Joy (LX7016) from the new Holiday Dreamweaver Stencils collection.

I used a fun technique which some of you have seen on my blog time and time again, the Double Glitter Technique.  I also used a small bit of Paste Embossing.

Here it is....

A while back I created a video using the Double Glitter Technique.  You can access the video on You Tube.

This card was really fun to create.  I used multiple colors of Micro Fine Glitter Ritz by Be Creative. The sentiment was also created using the Double Glitter Technique.  One the left side of the car, I paste embossed a portion of the Christmas Borders stencil with Glossy Red Embossing Paste.



You can see that the sentiment on my card is part of the Season of Joy Stencil.  When I was done with my technique, I simply cut off the sentiment and added it in a lower area of the card.

Would you love to see some more FABULOUS Dreamweaver Stencil creations??? Check out all of these fabulous ladies...

Don't forget to leave me some holiday cheer as you move on to the other players for today:


Remember to follow along with the challenges on the Dream It Up! andWoodware UK blogs for more prize opportunities, and more crafty inspiration, as well as "liking" DW and WW on Facebook.

*Winners selected must be from USA/Canada/UK only.



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17 comments:

Dorothy said...

I love the glitter on the trees, the shading is wonderful

Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

Love this technique with this design! What a beautiful card!

Joy H said...

Wendy, this is just stunning with the double glitter technique - love it!

Suzanne C said...

Gorgeous shimmery background. Beautiful card!

Jan Garber said...

Pretty, Wendy! This is all a new techneique for me! It's just been stunning!

Steph Lee (Arty Carty) said...

I have seen you do this double glitter technique several times and I love how easy you make it look with a fab card to show too!

Terrece said...

Your glitter placement is incredible! This is simply beautiful. I can't wait to use this new stencil more.

Melinda Gleissner said...

I loved this stencil the moment I saw it but after seeing your stunning card I now know I must own it. You have created such a beautiful winter scene.

Pam Hornschu said...

Pretty cool that everyone gets to see a variety of techniques with that stencil! This is so beautiful. Reminds me of one of those days in the forest when everything is silent and pristine after a good snowfall.

Liz Martin said...

Love how you've "rearranged" the stencil elements. It's beautiful!

Lea said...

What a beautiful card! It's so sparkly and gorgeous! I love it!

Caroline D. said...

Beautiful card!!! All the glitter gives it a great snowy effect!

Lillian Child said...

This holiday stencil must be a delight to work with. Lovely card!

BurningRubber said...

That is so pretty!!!

Daria said...

I wondered how this stencil would work when it was used to make a card. Now I know. It's beautiful!

Laura Drahozal said...

Great job with the glitter on that! I also like the way that you cut up the image!

Laura Drahozal said...

Great job with the glitter on that! I also like the way that you cut up the image!