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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Thursday with Dreamweaver.

Well it is Dreamweaver Thursday!  This is a free theme week so of course I have to use a pear!  So let's dive in!

I have become addicted to the sludge technique with the different embossing paste!  I did the damask design and the pear both with yellow/orange/pearl paste.  I had a little piece of decorative paper and layered it all on wonderful paper from Worldwin Papers.  I finished off the pear with a few little shots of GOOSEBUMPS from Tsukineko!  Pretty straight forward this week as it is 10:47pm on Wednesday and I have been working on my crafting garage sale allllllllllllll day!  Sorry folks, no Dreamweaver stencils are are being sold!!!

For those of you interested.  The sale is Saturday, May 21!  3438 S Clifton Ave...Springfield, MO!!!


Here are some pictures of the stuff so far and this is not even all of it!!!



There are stamps, ink, paper, cake stuff, fabric, embellishments, ribbons, lace, scrap book stuff and more!

Happy Creating!!!  Kristi

7 comments:

  1. I want to go to the garage sale...looks like there are some great finds too. And love that pear Kristi...it is a beaut!!!

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  2. Great card Kristi, very striking. Good luck with the sale.

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  3. WOW!!! Some serious purging going on. Great pear this week!!

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  4. Love those pears that you do. Great color combo on the sludge. Don't you love the Goosebumps? I just go some and was playing with it on a project this week. Good luck on your craft sale!

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  5. Very nice, I like it, but then with the pear and damask stencils how can you go wrong? Good luck with the sale. FYI i found a non-profit that will take new and used craft supplies: Dreaming Zebra in Portland, Oregon.

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  6. Beautiful card, love that technique. TFS

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