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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Festively Distressed with Dreamweaver Stencils & Ranger

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The Dream Team are so excited to have the opportunity to play along with some unique Ranger Products in the Tim Holtz line...specifically, the Distressed Embossing Powders! Our own Louise Healy demonstrated how fabulous these are with the Dreamweaver Sistretencils when she created this card for a fun class at CHA Summer 2012:


Apparently, Tim Holtz agreed with all of us on this unique use of his product, so he very generously had Ranger (thanks, Patti!) send the team some samples to play and blog with. So...here we go!

Here's my post for today:

Another fall card using the same techniques as was shown last week with double stick tape and Distress Powders by Tim Holtz at Ranger Ink.
Let me go over those steps again really quick.

1. Apply double stick tape to paper.
2. Soap back of stencil.
3. Peel backing off of the tape.
4. Place stencil, soap side down. to double stick taper.
5. Press stencil in place.
6. Sprinkle on desired colors of Distress Powder.

 7. Peel paper off of the stencil.
8. Apply background colors of Distress Powders.
9. Heat the entire image.


Layer your image!!

You can go back to my post from last week to see the steps!

For the next four weeks, on our regular Thursday posts, we will be featuring the wonderful things that you can do with Tim's Distress Powders and Dreamweaver Stencils. Leave comments on each of the team blog posts for opportunities to win one prize package for each of the four weeks:

 

prize package 
Don't forget to play along with the Dream Team's monthly challenges for more opportunities to win some great stencil designs! October's challenge is Festively Fall, and November is CAS (clean and simple) Christmas! Link your creations on the Dream It Up! blog, or email pics to lynell@dreamweaverstencils.com. Join us on Facebook as well! Lots of inspiration, and lots of fun!
Thanks for checking in!

13 comments:

  1. Kristi ...this card is beautiful, subtle and elegant. I love the colors you used. How are u? Are the 3 of us rooming toghether at CHA this year?

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  2. That Maple Branch has really had a fine run this month, hasn't it? Wonderful card and great details!

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  3. Love the variation on a theme with the maple leaves, a great card!

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  4. Another great card using maple stencil. it's brilliant to see some of you using the same products yet producing something different, love it x

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  5. WOW!! I LOVE this CARD!! Such a FUN look!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  6. Love how your card and Wendy's look so different with the contrast of backgrounds. Fabulous card Kristi and your background is perfect for your colour scheme.

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  7. Very pretty card, Kristi! I just love this stencil.

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  8. Kristi...really gorgeous work! Loving the colors you used on these leaves and the background too.

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  9. What a great stencil! Love the card you've made! So very different than Wendy's yet uses the same stencil.

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  10. Love your color combo Kristi, very lovely!

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  11. Awesome card.... looks like night time to me! I bet the texture is great on it!

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  12. Fun technique and very nice card!

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