Dreamweaver Stencils and Ranger's Stickles Dry Glitter...We Just Sparkle Together!



The Dream Team has a big day today! Not only are we into week three of our Pinterest Inspired challenge, we are also playing with Ranger's Stickles Dry Glitter in the mix! We've had so much fun playing with jars of sparkly goodness, that we want to share the fun with two lucky crafters!

 
Just visit everyone on the list below, and leave comments for everyone. Two winners* will be randomly selected and announced Thursday, July 4th...what a great day for a celebration! Each prize package includes a mix of five Ranger Stickles Dry Glitter, a mix of six Dreamweaver Stencils, and jar of Dreamweaver Translucent Paste, and a Palette Knife for spreading. If you want to add to the fun, play along with our Pinterest challenge and link your own creation to the linkytool on the Dream It Up! blog before July 1st for a chance to win this month's stencil prize. Here's the list of sparkly-Pinteresting players:


Now, let me share my creation with you!


Such a happy color!
You can find my Pinterest  inspiration piece for this project HERE. I love the look of colored glass, glowing from an inner light...in this case, a flameless votive candle. My creation began its life as a Starbuck's Frappuccino bottle, which if you check out Pinterest, is a frequent inspiration for others. I pasted the Dreamweaver Black-eyed Susans stencil in Translucent paste over a couple of acetate sheets. Once dry, I used Q-tip precision applicators to apply Dreamweaver Color Solutions to the designs. I used a glue marker to apply the adhesive that would adhere the Ranger Stickles Dry Glitter to the back side of the panels. These panels can be curled up and tucked inside the bottle, along with some Dew Drops (or glass marbles), and a flameless votive light. I die cut a portion of the panel for the circle on the lid, and completed the look with a Ranger Stickle Dry Glitter embellished paper flower, and gorgeous May Arts ribbons (which by the way, were spritzed with Memories Mists ink through the flower stencil). Quick, easy, and cheap...the perfect housewarming or hostess gift. If you are on Pinterest, and you'd like to follow Dreamweaver, you can view our board HERE, and you can pin your own Dreamweaver creations HERE. If you'd like to follow my creations on Pinterest, you'll find it HERE.

Completed panel ready for inserting

Comments

LynB said…
Another absolutely fabby project Pam! Love the bright yellow!
WHOA! This is wonderful Pam! I never would have thought of the Translucent embossing paste for this, but it is a great idea for the battery operated votive to shine through.
Caroline D. said…
You never cease to amaze me! This is gorgeous and so very clever!! What a beautiful piece for up cycling a bottle!
Sarah Lynch said…
Holy cow, this is so cool! Looks amazing, I'm going to have to start saving those bottles!
Louise said…
You clever girl! How very "green" of you to reuse that Starbucks bottle! Love how this turned out, and the ribbon is a gorgeous finishing touch!
Lori Barnett said…
THUD!!! This is AWESOME! I think I might have some Translucent paste....I better go check and have some fun today! :)
Jean Bullock said…
Those stickles look great on glass. Never would have thought to do that. Very cool.
Alison said…
Super duper cool! I love this!!! This is something I would love to make for my mom...who loves candles, daisies, and yellow! But it would also be cool for creepy cool Halloween decorations too!
airbrush said…
Great idea. Love the crystal effect and sparkle.
Miriam Prantner said…
What a great idea! Love the translucent look on the transparency, and this would be so easy to swap out for different seasonal variations!
Jan Castle said…
How inventive!!! Great project...TFS and a chance to win!!!
Golda said…
Wow! Love the way you created this beauty!
Pati said…
Very pretty! Love the daisy bottle, cool technique!
Bunny said…
Really feminine and pretty project. The color is beautiful.
Lea said…
Gorgeous and very clever! If I ever get the rooster stencil, I've got an idea for it that is very similar! Love the colors, too! I just adore Pinterest! Now I'm going to be forced to drink some Starbucks drinks, oh darn! Tee hee hee!
Barbara F said…
Marvelous idea! LOVE the flowers!
Jennifer Dove said…
How darn clever!!!!!
Jennifer Dove said…
BTW where the heck do you get your ideas...just saying...for reals?
Anne said…
Super project and soooo pretty! Delightful! TFS!
Scrappychick said…
How flippin cool! You are way too clever for me my friend :)
Tanya said…
This is extremely awesome!!! so much sparkle and I love the glow through the candle. I must try this myself one some project...maybe for xmas presents??? its a very good idea. I love all your work. You are amazing,
Brandy said…
Those turned out very pretty!
Uniquebynancy said…
What a bright cheerful project. You are sp creative.
Nancy
Ohana in Bend said…
what a gorgeous votive holder!
JPScraps said…
Awesome project! I love it!
Sandi Lou said…
Love the dry Stickles Glitter from Ranger. This is the first I have seen this product, thanks for the inspiration.
wow...amazing project!
Ami said…
Such a great idea!
kren said…
What a great idea! What a great result!

Come and see what I've done lately.
kren@
http://afourthlife.blogspot.com
Denise Bryant said…
So pretty! Love the sparkle and that lovely flower design!
Very beautiful project. Thanks for introducing me to the dry Stickles glitter.
Laura Drahozal said…
You are always so clever. I love that you stencilled the ribbon, too. The Translucent Paste was a stroke of genius!
SherylH said…
So pretty! I really like the look of the light behind the stencilled images.
Charmaine Stack said…
What a neat idea for those bottles I have stashed.
stamping sue said…
all I can say is WOW!
stamping sue
http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/
~Heidi~ said…
I love the effect of the translucent paste with the color solutions...then glitter. How beautiful to have a candle lit in one of these!!
Karen Schroeder said…
Cool project...love it!
Dana D. said…
Beautiful project and so clever. Love the stickles dry glitter.
Linda Lipchak said…
This technique is so bright I could not help but be inspired to try.
LL
Elena C said…
What a different take on this challenge...cute idea for yourself as well as a gift. I love it!
Skraperella said…
Great idea and very effective!
Susan said…
WAY cool!! What a terrific idea! I absolutely have to try this!
Thanks so much for the inspiration!

Sue Brailey
MB Isaac said…
very creative! Love that I can upcycle with this project.
rose s. said…
such a pretty idea for doing patio lights - I was wondering if you can paste directly onto the glass jars. would a real flame votive cause problems with the paste? thx for sharing once again a great project idea.
Kolton's Mama said…
i love it nice to see other ways to use the product and not just cards
Sue D said…
Very pretty with the glittery flowers.
JD/ Jill said…
Very clever, beautiful, creation. Thank you so much for the great instructions on how to do this.
Sandy (Cheesy) said…
Pam, I have never thought to use the translucent paste on plastic. This is such a clever idea. Who doesn't love candlelight? flamed or flameless? LoL Great idea.

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