Welcome to the first Dreamweaver Stencil's Blog Hop! Here we are at day three of our extravaganza. If you have been hopping along with us on Friday, October 1st, and Saturday, October 2nd, then you know what I mean by extravaganza! Stenciling is an amazing technique that has been in use for centuries. There's good reason for this...it's beautiful and it's fun! Please make sure to follow all the way through this posting as there will be info on how you can possibly win some wonderful products from Dreamweaver Stencils for your own paper-crafting pleasure.
Here are the three projects that I've created for your inspiration:
Dreamweaver Stencil's palette knife, smooth Metallic Silver Embossing Paste over the surface. (Tip: Place 3M Removable Tape around edges of stencil to hold in place.) Remove the stencil and allow to dry approximately 20-30 minutes. This part is the most time consuming to do in multiples, but lining them up and doing each one and setting aside to dry will allow you the time needed to complete the rest of the card. Cut and fold the white card. Add the navy textured panel, a print on a red panel, and cut panels to mat the focal point. Once the focal panels are dry, adhere to the mat panels and wrap with a ribbon bow. Finish if off with a rhinestone sticker.
Dreamweaver Stencil's "Noel" (LL511)
Dreamweaver Stencil's Metallic Silver Embossing Paste (DSP)
3M Removable Tape available from Dreamweaver Stencil's (RMT)
Palette Knife available from Dreamweaver Stencils
Wassau-Blue "Crinkles" Paper
Canson-White textured cardstock (stenciled panel)
Kelly Paper-red linen, metallic silver
ribbon, rhinestone stickers (Michael's)
Big Shot or other embossing/die-cutting machine