We have a different sort of collaboration for you!
All this week we've been celebrating with the awesome Woodware Design Team and the Dreamweaver Stencils Dream Team all of the the great Stampendous and Dreamweaver Stencils products that Woodware makes available to the UK market. This is good news for our crafty friends in the UK because we’re offering prizes and our UK friends are eligible to win!! We’re offering three prizes in the UK and three in the US. Each prize package will consist of Nathalie Kalbach’s terrific Grunge Mixed Media Cling Rubber Stamp Sets and the beautiful Zen Butterfly Dreamweaver Stencil! Both products are ideal for adding texture and backgrounds to your projects!
Deadline to comment is Sunday, March 29th, Pacific Time. Winners will be picked using and announced Tuesday, March 31st, in the afternoon.
And that’s our theme!! Making Texture. We hope you’ve been enjoying the wonderful inspiration that three talented teams have brought you this week! Be sure to visit all the blog links listed and leave your comments! Each comment will count as an entry towards one of the terrific prize packages.
Here's what I've created for today:
No banner today, but mad frou frou! Using a Clear Scrap Frame as a base, a few Dreamweaver Alcohol Inks (Iceberg and Sugarplum) were spread on the back, and a bit of white acrylic paint swiped over the front. Stampendous flowers from the Cling Build a Bouquet set were stamped on Woodware's patterned paper pad, and cut out with the Build a Bouquet Die set. Some were left large, and others cut smaller, crumpled, and layered. A few of the Woodware white paper flowers were colored with the alcohol inks as well, and adhered with the stamped flowers on the frame. Leftover smudges from the inks all over my craft mat were thinned with isopropyl alcohol, and smeared over the butterfly garland, which was draped over the frame. An old page of poetry was ink-stenciled with the Dreamweaver Rose Tree and dye-based inks. Fast Finish from Beacon Adhesives was brushed over the back of the thin Clear Scrap panel that I inserted behind the frame, and poem was placed face down on the finish before another layer was brushed over the back. Finally, heavy sprinklings of Stampendous Color Fragments and Crushed Glass Glitter were adhered with a bit of Glossy Accents.
Here's the links to the designers that are playing today: