ready for an amazing week of Awesome in Autumn! This week we are
playing with the Quietfire Design team, and are so excited to play with
their amazing images and sentiments. In their beautiful calligraphic
style, their quotes and thoughts are the perfect addition to our
Dreamweaver designs. Follow along with us, and leave your comments for
an opportunity to win one of two wonderful prize packages:
Here's what I've created for today's post:
I went a little more simply for this card. I pasted the Dreamweaver Dragonflies in Matte Orange Embossing Paste. When dry, I applied some Palette Glue inkpad with a cotton swab over just the wings of the dragonflies, heated it to activate the adhesive, and applied Glacier Lake and Goldfinch Metallic F/X for the magical color that dragonflies always seem to have. I absolutely love dragonflies, so as soon as I saw this wonderful quote stamp from Quietfire Design, I just knew that I would use it with some of the Dreamweaver dragonfly designs. "Follow your dreams till they take wing and fly" -Joanne A. Ross. What a great message of hope and inspiration in such an ephemeral world.
Check out this week's awesomeness which includes...
Graduations aplenty have been swarming this season, and I wish every single one of the graduates, "a little bit of luck", as navigating this world is never easy. It also happens to be the weekly challenge for the Woodware team. Sometimes with luck, the stars need to be aligned just perfectly, for all of that hard work to pay off. And speaking of stars...don't you love the Star Swirls stencil from Dreamweaver? For this card, I've pasted it in silver, and sprinkled it with Stampendous Aged Black Embossing Enamel. When heated all of these items melt and bubble for beautiful shine and texture. This panel was popped up above the card base with the Dreamweaver Dot Spiral pasted in Glossy Black for a cool black on black effect. A strip of the negative portion of die-cut letters from the Dreamweaver Alphabet set was adhered over mirror cardstock to finish the card. If you've missed the rest of the team posts this week, head on over to the Woodware Witterings blog.