Dreamweaver: Frilly Fabulous Frou Frou Fairy!



Break out the frou frou! For the month of February, the Dream Team are going Frilly and Fabulous! Vintage, retro, or modern, adding extra charm with fun Fran•tagé products from Stampendous, ribbons and lace from May Arts, buttons, crystals, charms, or even creating your own dimensional decor! A snippet or a pile, whatever your creative heart desires! Remember to link your creations using the Inlinkz tool on the Dream It Up! blog for a chance to win the stencil of your choice! Bonus points for using Dreamweaver and/or Stampendous product in your work of heart.

Here's what I've been playing with:

Can you say "frilly fabulous frou frou fairy" five times fast? No? Well, neither can I. Fortunately, I only needed to say it once, and create it once, 'cuz this cutie has a LOT going on!

The new Dreamweaver Fairy has been traced with a VersaMark pen and embossed in a few areas with Stampendous Crystal Embossing Powder to keep her ethereal look. A few sprinkles of Stampendous Shaved Ice on the heated powder adds the perfect amount of iridescence. There's also a torn panel of machine-embossed cardstock with the new I-Beams design. The raised areas have been brushed with Clearsnap Coral Chalk Ink, and the card base and panel have been "encrusted" using items from the Stampendous Fran•tagé Pink Encrusted Jewel Kit. A Stampendous sentiment is added along with a Dreamweaver Die Cut Fern, and a section of beautiful May Arts organza roses. The roses were spritzed with Dreamweaver Memories Mists in Mango Lemonade and Pink Lemonade. When you are creating something with this much frou frou, it helps to have a monochromatic color scheme. This way your eyes can relax and enjoy the varieties of shades, dimension, and texture.


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Comments

BurningRubber said…
I love the pretty sparkley stuff you added. The rose ribbon is gorgeous.
Lea said…
Thud! Yep! That was, indeed, my jaw dropping to the floor. Absolutely gorgeous! The Fran-táge elements are perfection! I love the ribbon roses, too! Wowzers!
Stampendous said…
This is so super beautiful, Pam!! Love how blingy and froufy she is!! Wow... I bet any fairy would be thrilled with a bower like this! Great job!
LynB said…
Love the monochromatic color of your card. Cool idea to use the Watermark Pen too. Really pretty Pam.
Louise said…
Frilly and fabulous! Amazing card Pam!

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