Thursday, October 25, 2012

Dreamweaver Stencils and Ranger Festively Distressed Video Tutorial



Welcome back to week two of our amazing collaboration between Ranger's Tim Holtz line of Distress Powders, and our beautiful Dreamweaver Stencils & Products! If you missed last week's event, start HERE.

Last week, we were totally blown away by the awesome response we received from those of you who hopped over from Tim Holtz's blog and the Ranger blog to check us out! We've been doing the "happy dance" ever since! Hopefully, you will continue to check us out, especially over the next few weeks as we continue our play-time in Tim's sandbox. (It is rather an appropriate metaphor considering the cool texture of his Distress Powders.)

Apparently, Tim and the wonderful people at Ranger were also excited by the response, and they've decided to "up the ante" in the form of an additional prize package(s) which will include TWELVE Distress Powders each, and a handful of Dreamweaver Stencils to go with! Wow! Just one teeny-tiny detail...to win one of these packages from their blog, you need to create something with Tim Holtz's Distress Powders and Dreamweaver Stencils and attach it to the inlinkz on the Ranger blog. Winners will be selected randomly. For more details, head over to the Ranger blog.

Once again, this week we are offering another fall prize package as shown here. Just leave us all some love as you visit, for an opportunity to be the one random winner we select. Curious as to who won from last week? It could be YOU! Visit the Dream It Up! blog for the announcement of the lucky commenter.



Here is what I had fun creating this week:


I had such a great time creating with my Ranger and Dreamweaver product, I MADE A VIDEO....



 Here is a close up of the Distress Embossing Powder Background.


Supplies Used:

Dreamweaver Stencils:
Ranger Distress Embossing Powders:
Stampendous



Aren't you excited to see what's next? Check out the Dream Team players for today:


You already know where to find Ranger's/Tim Holtz' products, but if you are having difficulty finding Dreamweaver, encourage your local stamp/paper-craft store to carry the line of fabulous stencil designs, pastes, and other products to mix with all of your stash of Tim's crafty goodness. You can also purchase our products on-line at Stencil with Style.

We'd love to see you come back regularly and play along with our monthly challenges (and more opportunities to win stencils) by linking your creations to the mr. linky on the Dream It Up! blog, or emailing pics of your creations to lynell@dreamweaverstencils.com. Since you're on the computer already, head on over and like us on Facebook as well. Just another location for dreamy and distressed inspiration!

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16 comments:

sommrstamping said...

Wendy....great card I love the colors, very subtle and elegant.

JD said...

Beautiful card...really enjoyed watching your well done video...must give this a try with the distressed embossing powders...thanks for sharing.

Pam Hornschu said...

Great tutorial as usual, Wendy! Worth every moment you spent on it! I love the contrast of the glittered background with the more weathered look of the Distress Powders!

Lee Kellogg said...

Nice card, I agree with Pam and love the glittery contrast to the distress powders.

Dawn Louise said...

fabulous card and tutorial, really captures the season and looks super x

Larissa Heskett said...

AWESOME!! THANKS for sharing the GREAT video!! Your card is BEAUTIFUL!! Have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

Joy H said...

Wonderful video Wendy, they are always great! I also loved the contrast of sparkle with the more matte distress colours. Your finished card was beautiful.

Laura Drahozal said...

Beautiful Card, Wendy! I like the Distress Powders with that stencil.

Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

Wendy...these are beautiful and love how you used a contrast glitter background for the distress powder leaves.

Kristi said...

very cool and I love the glitter with this. GREAT job

Lenoria said...

Yummy, yummy, I love all the delicious sparkle! The leaves are gorgeous too.

Nan G said...

Beautiful card! Really like the sparkle that surrounds the leaves!

Louise said...

Beautiful card Wendy and great video!

Anonymous said...

2 great tools: glitter and stencil!!! Nice job!

Caroline D. said...

This is a beautiful card and I actually watched the video over on PCC blog. :) Thanks for showing the technique! love all the glittery goodness on your card!

Pati said...

Pretty color combo, lovely sparkle!