Thursday, December 4, 2014

Dreamweaver: Quick and Cute for the Holidays!

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:

Yes, there are several layers to this card, but since most are die cuts, it is quite simple to cut a bunch, and arrange an assembly line to create in multiples! The base card is Bazzill Basics Dotted Swiss cardstock. On top of this layer is a white-matted square of patterned paper. Next a white and blue set of die cut Dreamweaver Nested Frames, with the blue one having a die cut Ornament removed from the center, to be substituted by a die cut ornament using the patterned paper. The sentiment is simply die cut glitter paper using the Dreamweaver Dual Alphabet, edged a bit with a blue marker. The finishing touches are a rhinestone and a yummy May Arts ribbon knot. Get the kids involved with this one! They're great "cheap labor" for assembly line holiday cards, just pay them in sugar cookies and gingerbread people! Don't forget to take pictures to capture the great holiday memories.


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





8 comments:

LynB said...

Fun card Pam! Love all the diecutting and layering. Our alpha dies are such a wonderful option.

ionabunny said...

Great card. LOve the sparkle on your joy. HUgz

Lea said...

This is such a pretty card! Love the colors and all the fun layers. Your Joy is sparkly like you!

Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

This is beautiful and wintery ...just what we need here in So Cal, so we can be reminded that this time of year is wintery for our friends in the North and cold countries like Norway. Brrrr! Liked your idea of involving the kiddos in the creative process too.

BurningRubber said...

That is so pretty! Nice peaceful colors.

Lynn Mercurio said...

This is beautiful Pam. I love all the layers and that is one gorgeous color palette!

Louise said...

Just lovely Pam! Love all the layers, they add a lot!

Christina Doré said...

Lovely frosty colours and all those layers are very effective!

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