Thursday, May 30, 2013

Dreamweaver Stencils: Tiny Treat for That Special "Bookie"!

Today is the final posting of the "Tiny Treats" challenge for the Dream Team, and for YOU as well. Have you had the opportunity to link a fun little something for a special someone in your life yet? If not, today is your final day to do so! Just add your link to the linkytool on the Dream It Up! blog, or email pics to lynell@dreamweaverstencils.com, for your opportunity to be the randomly selected winner of the stencil of your choice!

My creation today is a simple bookmark. A perfect little something for the friend who loves to read (and refuses to give up their "real" books in favor of the various tablet readers). I "sten-tangled" two squares with the Plumeria design, and colored with a vibrant red. I also paste-embossed the plumeria and the Dream sentiment with Pearlescent paste on the black cardstock strip. Once dry, I used my Copic markers to add more rich color. All pieces were matted in red, and an Asian-inspired tassel was added to the top.

Most of both our "A" and "B" teams are posting today to provide that last boost of inspiration for you. During the entire month, our talented team has create some amazing ideas for little gifts, simple gifts, Mother's Day, Father's Day, weddings, baby showers, and just because. Check out their final pretties here:


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5 comments:

JD/ Jill said...

Very nicely done, great keepsake!

Louise said...

So beautiful Pam! I love the colors and the whole "feel" of this. I miss you, it was wonderful to spend time with you and Lynell again!

LynB said...

I always get excited to see your work Pam...like dessert...always a special treat! I learned a lot reading your tut just now too!

Caroline D. said...

Gorgeous and then more gorgeous! Love the red and black theme! I will try coloring my paste with my Copics soon... great look. I color glitter, so not sure why I never thought of coloring emb paste...lol. I have a Kindle, but I still like reading *real* books and magazines.

Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

I LOVE this bookmark! And I still use bookmarks, so I especially appreciate this creation Pam! However this one should be framed and put on the wall to enjoy daily!

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