Thursday, September 20, 2012

Dreamweaver Stencils "Get Inky" September Challenge

Welcome to Dreamweaver Stencils Dream Team Thursday!!!

This month the Dream Team is "Getting Inky" with our stencils!!!  Yep, any kind of ink, sprays, ink pads, markers, you name it, we are using it.

 I used a new stencil released in July from Dreamweaver Stencils called Steampunk Clock (LX7018).  I started by paste embossing the stencil first with Matte Black Embossing Paste and once that was dry ,replacing the clean, dry stencil over the dry paste and applying Crackle Paste over the top.


When the Crackle Paste was dry, I added layers of Distress Inks with a application tool.  The Crackle Paste dries white so the added color takes to it very well.  Again, I placed the clean, dry stencil over the dry paste and applied color over the top of the stencil, so only the embossed area would receive the color.

I recently bought a fun item at a local fiber artist at my local scrapbook store, The Scrapbook Hideaway.


The natural fibers are hand died.   I think they are just neat.
I was finally able to use them on a project I felt worthy of using them on!!
Here is a closer look...


The dimensions of my card are 4.75 x 5.75, so I can mail this in a 5 x 7 padded envelope.
Dreamweaver Stencils new LX stencils have revolutionized the size cards I create.


This month we will again choose two winners. One for best interpretation of the challenge and one for best usage of Dreamweaver Stencil products. And the prize will be any Dreamweaver Stencil of your choosing.

 Now please take the time to see what the rest of the team has been up to:


Pam Hornschu
Laura Drahozal
Cherylynn Moser
Louise Healy
Wendy Jordan  (you're here!!)
Cyndi Bundy
Terrece Siddoway
Kristi Van Doren
Georgia Sommers
Lee Kellogg
Liz Martin


Supplies:
Paper: kraft, white (Neenah), turquoise (Bazzill)
Stencil: Steampunk Clock (Dreamweaver Stencils)
Pastes: Matte Black, Crackle (Dreamweaver Stencils)
Inks: Fired Brick, Scattered Straw, Broken China, Walnut Stain Distress Inks (Ranger)
Fibers: local craft supply; Flowers: Wild Orchid; paper tape (Bazzill Basics)


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6 comments:

Rosie Gustafson said...

What a gorgeous card Wendy. I teally love the colors. We need to do this sometime.

Scrappychick said...

I am totally in love with this!!

Lee Kellogg said...

Fun, I like the fibers and flowers you have added to the card.

jordanbev5 said...

Beautifully done!! Have not tried this technique and now am curious to do it! TFS!!

Melinda Gleissner said...

I LOVE this, Wendy! The color on top of the crackled, embossed areas is so cool. Love this stencil and this technique. Thanks:-)

Pam Hornschu said...

Ooooh. The crackle with this stencil is very cool. Wonderful soft colors, and love those fibers!