Dreamweaver Stencils June Challenge: PIN-spiration at It's Best

Welcome to week one of our June challenge...Pinterest Inspired! Each of our team members will be posting this month with creations inspired by links on Pinterest, which is so easy to do. Who doesn't become inspired by Pinterest? It can be a huge addiction, but also a great source of knowledge and ideas! I should know...I have 100 boards with almost 7,000 pins on them, including a board of "My Creations", all projects created by me. There is a Dreamweaver Stencils board as well...a group board where our design team posts their creations, and our followers can find inspiration and ideas as well. Feel free to Pin our projects to your boards, and/or to use them as your inspiration for this month's challenge. Be sure to link your creations to the linkytool on the Dream It Up! blog, or email pics to lynell@dreamweaverstencils.com.

For my project, I'm not going to share too much info, as it is the featured Dreamweaver tutorial on Paper Craft Planet for this week. All the supplies and instructions can be found HERE. I will, however, share with you the link where I became inspired to create this:
http://pinterest.com/pin/101542166571465946/

The Pinterest version uses stencils created from freezer paper using the computer die cutting systems. My version uses the Dreamweaver Stencils' Electric Guitar, Guitar Words, and Large Cathedral Window.


Check out how our Dream Team A gets inspired this week:



Comments

Scrappychick said…
How totally cool is that? Rockin it my friend!
Louise said…
OMG! And I never use that expression! You have outdone yourself! This tie is awesome! I love the cathedral window stencil in the background, good choice, traditional but edgy!
Dorothy said…
That is a very clever challenge, but I don't think I can play, if I start looking a pins I won't have time to craft!
Caroline D. said…
Your tie is amazing!!! Off to read about it now....
What a wonderful creation Pammie! Wonderful! This pinterest inspiration challenge was a great idea too, thank you!
Jennifer Dove said…
FOR REALS? Pffft...thud...whammy....amazing!!!!!!
~Heidi~ said…
How cool is this!!! Now Dreamweaver just needs to make a lacrosse stick and I can make some ties like this for my three sons that play lacrosse! They could wear their ties on game day :)
Lyn B said…
I absolutely LOVE your project Pam - so clever with the stencils you chose to use. You are an inspiration to us all my dear.
Jessica Griffin said…
I love the tie!! It's so awesome!

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