Dreamweaver Stencils: More Fun with Flora and Fauna

Welcome to the merry month of May! The Dream Team are challenging you this month to a "Flora and Fauna" theme! Considering most of the Dreamweaver designs incorporate both of these in the huge variety of stencils, you should have no problem playing along with our challenge this month! As usual, link your creations at the end of the Dream It Up! blog post, or at the end of our posts where it says, "Add Your Link". As the challenge gets underway, you'll see thumbnails of others who are playing along as inspirations for your own creations!

Here is my creation for this week:

Nothing floral about this card, and I'm not sure that this cat qualifies as "fauna". He may be just too cool for that! The Retro Standing Cat has been paste-embossed in Glossy Black on brown cardstock and cut out to be popped up above a very jazzy background. The left panel is black on black with the Pop Squares stencil in Glossy Black again...as was the Guitar and the banner from the Cat Words stencils. The Guitar had been pasted on a panel with a music score printed on it, and I added shading with my Copic markers. The colors are more masculine, which would make this a great Father's Day, graduation card, or birthday card for a musician, or just someone who really loves music...and cats...cool cats.


Please welcome our new "B" team, officially posting for the first time!



Comments

COOL, Cat!!! Pam...this is a wonderful creation. Love every bit of this and the combination with the retro done in translucent paste is a wonderful combo.
Dorothy said…
Can you make your love of cats stretch to any theme? love the card, you always make the Pop Squares look great!
Lyn B said…
Fabulous card Pam!!! I love its retro-ness, colors, and word banner. So cool.
Alison said…
What a fun card! I love the muted tones you used, and the combo of stencils.
Judy Sander said…


Love this and love cats! First picture looks grey to me but think that's how the light is shining on it. Going to try and follow your direction and CASE this for sure. Thanks.
JD/ Jill said…
Another amazing card! A work of art!

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