Thursday, August 2, 2012

Christmas in August? Oh, yeah!


 The Dream Team has moved away from "Summer Fun", and gone straight to "Christmas in August"! Wow...what a leap! For my post today, I am featuring the Single Bare Tree stencil, paste-embossed* in Glossy White on a bright blue background cardstock. I pasted in Glossy Red and covered with glitter just one of the birds from the Birds on Branch cut out and foam taped for the pop of color. To emphasize the frosty feeling, I softly stamped the Old World Greetings repeatedly on a square of white, and ink-stenciled one of the snowflakes from the Snowflake Background on the top, with the red rhinestone referring back to that pop again. A softly stamped border of Stampendous Cling Jumbo Merry & Magical adds to the contrast.


*Need a refresher on paste-embossing? Click HERE!

Want to get into the holiday spirit a little early?  Link your own Christmas in August creations to the Dream It Up! blog mr. linky, or email pics of your creations to lynell@dreamweaverstencils.com, for an opportunity to win this wonderful newly released Heart Ornaments:


Don't you just love this new design? There are several newly released stencils and products from CHA last month, which you can view for yourself HERE. During the week of August 20th - 25th, the Dream Team will be posting all week with a hop on Saturday to top it all...featuring all of these new fabulous designs...in collaboration with the Woodware UK team. Just a little hint...you may want to buy all of these new designs now, so you are ready and waiting for the inspiration that will come your way that week! Meanwhile, check out what the rest of the team has been creating this week:


6 comments:

Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

You're description of "pop of color" is so apt. This card totally "pops" because it of it. Just beautiful in every way!

Liz Martin said...

Lovely card – cool and frosty with a pop of color (your patience in cutting out that teeny, tiny cardinal is worthy of sainthood).

Louise said...

Great card Pam, I love the layout you created and those POPs of red really make the card!

JD said...

As always, you made a beautiful card! Lots of inspiratation here...

Kristi Parker Van Doren said...

OK, I saw this card and it made me smile. That is so cute and fun!

Lee Kellogg said...

Ooh, lovely Pam. I so like the sparkly cardinal on the tree.

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