Woo Hoo For Me, Number Three!

 My third article on Scrapbooking.com Magazine came out today, featuring these three cards that I created using Dreamweaver Stencils. The first, using the "Holly and Swirls" stencil, was created using the Copic Marker Airbrush System with Copic Sketch Markers. I added highlights over it with a gold pen. The second card, used the "Go Green" stencil, which I demonstrated in three ways...machine-embossed on the dark green panel, ink stenciled on the background white panel, and paste-embossed on the lighter green panel focusing on just one section of the stencil. The third card incorporates the beautiful "Christmas Script" stencil. For this I ink-stenciled the "Holly Flourish" stencil for the background, and paste-embossed in gold the "Christmas Script" on the red panel. The "Holly Flourish" overlaps onto the red panel. A little distressing around the edges,
 a metallic gold border, ribbons, and Dot Sparkler
 stickers finish this card off. This particular card may look familiar, as I have posted it before, but was asked to removed it from all online sources until this article was released. Be sure to check out the article for more info on the stories behind my creations.
Pam

"Holly and Swirls" Card:
"Holly and Swirls" stencil (LL3005)
Copic Airbrush System and markers
gold gel pen
Canson and Bazzill cardstock
ribbon from American Crafts
Three Inch Pins from Dreamweaver
Martha Stewart border punch

"Go Green" Card:
Go Green stencil (LX3000)
White Embossing Paste (DEP)
Pastel Lime ColorBox Chalk Ink
Big Shot Machine
Three Inch Pins from Dreamweaver
ribbon from American Crafts
beads

"Christmas Script" Card:
Christmas Script stencil (LL3009)
Metallic Gold Embossing Paste (DGP)
Bazzill, red linen, white, metallic gold cardstock
Red Class A' Peel Dot Sparklers from Stampendous (AC672HSR)
Olympia Green and Vintage Sepia Versafine ink from Tsukineko
Fiskar Border Punch
ribbon (Michael's)

Comments

Woo Hoo is the troo-oooth! Went to Scrapbooking.com to see it in person. Great job Pam...and some of your best works too!
Pam...just had to leave another comment...wouldn't the go green card be a wonderful creation to send to a golf fanatic friend. The ribbon and pin looks just like a golfer's flag on the course. hehe!
Deborah March said…
All nice Ms Pam, but love-love-LOVE that first card!!!
All three cards are amazing, but I agree with Deborah the first is my favorite! Love the paper curl!!!
What a bunch of eye candy here! Congrats on the article! Beautiful and creative samples! Love the spotlight Christmas card!

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