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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Thursday Challenge and Post!



 WE ARE TEAMING UP THE ENTIRE MONTH OF JUNE TO BRING YOU AN AMAZING CREATIVE COLLABORATION MIXING DREAMWEAVER STENCILS AND ART GLITTER. COME ALONG FOR THE RIDE...WE PROMISE IT WILL BE A SPARKLING ONE!

Visit the Art Glitter blog and the Dream It Up! blog for fabulous inspiration from both talented design teams. We are encouraging all of you to play along with the challenge of creating with Dreamweaver Stencils and Art Glitter*, preferably using the Double-Glitter Technique with a wedding theme. Just link your creation to the Mr. Linky on the Dream It Up! blog, or email pics to lynell@dreamweaverstencils.com, for an opportunity to win one of four fabulous glitter and stencil prize packages. One winner will be chosen each week. (US and Canada only, please).


For more inspiration from the Art Glitter design team, please visit their blog for a complete list of players throughout the month.
*For the month of June Art Glitter is selling 1 oz jars of glitter for $5.98 (regular price $7.32)! Get the deets HERE!

So I have another fun card this week!
 Soap Stencil


Peel back to expose sticky!

Stick stencil to sticky.

Start to get your glitter on!

Add some more color!

pull paper of stencil and cover with crystal glitter

Yes, I used all 5 of these!



The one area I did not have the stencil pressed firmly to the sticky I used some creative cover up!
TA DA!!!!!!

For more inspiration from the Dream Team, here's the blog list for this week:
Kristi Van Doren (you are here)

Happy Creating!!!
Kristi







8 comments:

  1. Lovely card, Kristi. The shading on the flowers and leaves really brings the image to life, as does the butterfly (good save! I'll have to keep that in mind).

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  2. Great tutorial and great card!!!

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  3. Great "cover up" Kristi! The result is beautiful!

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  4. Very pretty, Kristi! I loved that you showed and explained the imperfect area, and how you can disguise it! Great step outs on this.

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  5. Love everything about your card Kristi - the butterfly is a lovely finish, whether or not it was a cover up!

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  6. Nice Kristi, the tutorial is great and I like the "how to save this card" with the butterfly!

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  7. Love the way that you blended those Crysanthemum Flowers. Beautiful. I don't own that stencil yet....... hmm

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How has this inspired you?