Dreamweaver: Cute, Cute, Cute!

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In a flurry of a hurry? This month the Dream Team are all about the Quick and Cute...whether that be cards, gifts, wrapping, or tags...we have sleigh-loads of ideas! Play along by posting your creations using the Inlinkz tool on the Dream It Up! blog, for a chance to win the stencil of your choice, and a possible bonus stencil for using Dreamweaver products in your Quick and Cute project! Here's what fun I've been up to this week:

This card is a perfect example of why it occasionally okay to leave a mess on your workspace. I've been working with copious amounts of glitter lately, some of it being rather chunky. So, after I ran my panel of Core'dinations Chalk Core cardstock through my Big Shot with the Dreamweaver Heart Ornaments stencil, there were some additions in the sanding process. Using the Core'dinations sanding tool over the embossed image revealed the stencil design in chalky white which is very cool. However, it also revealed areas where there were bits of glitter underneath. Ordinarily this would not  be something you would want, but in this case, it created the perfect snowy impression!

As far as being quick and cute, the panel takes about a minute to complete before adhering it to the Dotted Swiss card with Beacon Zip Dry, and adding a scrap of May Arts ribbon and ric rac with a quickly stamped tag from Stampendous' Holiday Words set.



I'd love to receive a comment from you before you head on to the rest of the "B" team:


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Comments

Louise said…
Love how the glitter made your "snowy" background! Very cool!
Wow...just one minute? That's amazing Pammie!
LynB said…
OMG what a happy discovery you made Pam! Lovin' the snow effects. This is one of my most favorite stencils...hearts do it do me every time!
Jan Castle said…
Delightfully different card Pam....love the look!
TFS
Jan
Christina Doré said…
Fabulous! Love the finished card.
Yolanda said…
Amazing! Fast and pretty? Beautiful effect.
Lea said…
I love this card! I don't know why I've never requested this stencil as it is definitely one of my favs! Love the mix of ribbons, too!
Katie said…
Great card! Love this ornament stencil and you used in in such a unique way. Would love to try this paper, it looks awesome. Thanks for sharing.

Katie B.

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