Thursday, February 28, 2013

Dreamweaver Stencils CAS Challenge!!!

Welcome to Dreamweaver Stencils Dream Team Thursdays!!

Dreamweaver Stencils offer so many creative outlets, that is hard to chose which techniques to share in one post, so I decided to go with my favorite and many of my students, the Double Glitter Technique.

Six different colors of glitter were layered vertically along half of the dot background.  I applied one color at a time and spreading the glitter to the desired area with my fingers before I applied another color.

Supplies Used:
Stencils: Big Dots LX7011Small Happy Birthday LS1010 (Dreamweaver Stencils)
Glitter: Be Creative Microfine Glitter Ritz (Be Creative)
Extras: Coconut Soap, Double Sided Mounting Paper (Dreamweaver Stencils)

Please view the video below with step by step instruction on how to achieve the technique.  The video is not a step by step of the featured project, but will provide the basic instruction on how to achieve the same result.

Get out your glitter and ENJOY!!!

Dreamweaver Stencils has a monthly challenge with two ways to win.  This months challenge is CAS (clean and simple).  To participate in the challenge, visit Dream It Up, Dreamweaver Stencils official blog.

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Anonymous said...

Wendy, this is a favorite in my store too!

Louise said...

Wonderful card Wendy! Love the rainbow of colors and all the sparkle!

Laura Drahozal said...

I love the colors on this card--so pretty! Great work.

Terrece said...

Wow it looks like it would be really hard to do. Love the video makes it look much easier than it appears. Great card!!

Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

i really love this technique and card Wendy. In fact I showed it on the British TV show that I was on last week....wonderful card the colors you used!

Pam Hornschu said...

I always have loved this card, even when Lynell had me help make a few extra for boards. Thanks for creating the tutorial last week. Miss you!

Kristi said...

I love this